Here’s to the landowners.

The ones who care enough to plant trees under whose shade they may never sit. The ones that plant hope, purify the air, clean the water and create life.

Reforestation

By partnering with GreenTrees to plant forests, measure the carbon captured by those forests, and sell that carbon, landowners receive an additional income stream as well as environmental and ecological rewards. Partnering with us also gives landowners a way to safeguard the rural character of their land while contributing to the restoration of a vital regional ecosystem that impacts both the local and global community.

GreenTrees is a model land-equity program in which we split all carbon sales with our landowners. They are commodity brokers with us and a central obligation in our business design. Our foresters in the field oversee the enrollment of acres, plantings, forest growth patterns, quality control issues, and landowner relations—all with great personal care.

The answer to our global environmental challenges lie in long-term, systemic changes that yield benefits for decades to come.

As Nelson Henderson once wrote, “the true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not expect to sit.” Reforesting your land is about the future generations. It is about your children and hopefully one day theirs.

At GreenTrees, we take a long-term view.  Our optimization approach enables you to receive carbon income in the earlier years and timber thinning over time. The design of our interplanting approach not only gets your forest up quickly, it trains the slower growing hardwoods to grow up and straight. This, in turn, produces a more valuable timber that a one day will generate long-term asset value for your grandkids.

Historically, timber has been an excellent investment asset class as it has a low correlation to stocks and bonds. Smart investors invest in timber to diversify their investment holdings. Even smarter ones build new timber assets for the future.

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Our foresters in the field oversee the enrollment of acres, plantings, forest growth patterns, quality control issues, and landowner relations—all with great personal care. Learn more about how to get started.

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