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Preserve

Preserving at risk forests to fight climate change

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Preserving Forests in your Backyard

Our preservation service protects forests in partnership with businesses. We establish trail networks and manage the land to grow bigger and stronger trees. By preserving local woods your businesses can offset its carbon footprint and reinvest in the community all while doing the right thing for the planet.

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Simple

We work with you to determine the best course of action to reach your climate goals, in a straightforward way that everyone can understand.

Local

Our goal is to get your forest as close to you as possible so you can visit and see the difference you are making.

Tangible

No ambiguity on whether what is being claimed is actually happening. Come and see and touch every tree that you are growing so you can be sure everything is as it claims

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Our Value

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Approved by all local stakeholders

For all of the land we manage we seek the approval of the local community and stakeholders in and affected by the land. We manage the land with the highest level of respect for the land and its history.

Technology

Through remote sensing using satellites and drones, we continuously monitor our forests to ensure they are meeting our carbon capture targets. As well we have video cameras and actions cams to capture photos of wildlife and interesting locations on the property live for everyone to see

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Usage for the public

We don't want to lock the land away instead we want to make it useful to the public. We have walking trails and other similar attractions to give people a reason to come enjoy the woods and learn about your commitment to the environment. As well we plan to partner with local universities to allow scientific research to happen on the same land that is capturing carbon.

Story about every plot

Every piece of land has a history and a story that we share. Through our constant monitoring of the land we keep the public and all stakeholders informed monthly of  a wide variety of information, everything from how much carbon has the forest captured to what type of animals have we seen this month to how many people have gotten out to enjoy the land.

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Uniquely Managed

The forests are managed to optimize carbon capture. We achieve this through continued work on helping the trees  grow throughout their lives and new products to help young seedlings. The tree species that we have selected for our forest are all fast-growing species that are known to be efficient at capturing carbon. We select species native to the area to help ensure the long-term health of the forest.

How we manage the forest

We believe in managing our forests differently. Our approach is centered around four key steps to ensure the health and longevity of the trees on our land.

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Adding Trees Where There Isn't Any

Our first step is to add trees to areas where there is a lack of forest coverage. This not only helps to create a more diverse and thriving ecosystem, but it also helps to mitigate the effects of climate change by increasing the amount of carbon absorbed by trees.

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Accelerating the Growth of Trees

We use a variety of techniques to help trees grow faster and healthier, such as providing the right nutrients and water, as well as protecting them from pests and diseases. This helps us to create a more robust and thriving forest, which in turn benefits the wildlife and the environment.

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Ensuring Trees are Healthy for as Long as Possible

from monitoring their growth to responding quickly to any signs of stress. We believe that healthy trees are the foundation of a healthy forest, and we will do everything in our power to keep them that way.

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Storing Carbon Emissions

When trees die, they naturally emit carbon back into the atmosphere through the process of decay. To mitigate the release of carbon, we use a technique called pyrolysis to freeze these emissions and store them for thousands of years. This ensures that the forest continues to absorb carbon without releasing it, contributing to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and the fight against climate change.

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Let's Make a Difference!

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