This process generates trees that have a higher survival rate, reach maturity more quickly and sequester two- to-four times more carbon annually than trees grown and planted using conventional methodologies (bare root seedlings). Native seeds are collected within the geographic area of the restoration site and local nurseries are contracted to grow the trees, creating jobs and keeping funding in the community.
Consider this in contrast to other projects you might invest in, and to the majority of offsets bought on the open market where assurance of quality is limited and traceability may be low. It is the ultimate in transparency - because we want everyone to see the restoration in real time and understand its impact.
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