Do you have forest land that you want to protect for future generations?
Would you manage it for the purpose of CO2 sequestration and biodiversity?
If so, Carbonland Trust is here to help you take part in the voluntary carbon marketplace. Please read our land stewardship requirements, and then fill out the form to share about the forest land you would like to conserve.
Carbonland Trust Protocol Requirements:
1. Property owner must be one to enroll.
2. Living trees on the land can not be cut down and should be allowed to grow naturally for as long as they are able to stay alive.
3. Dead trees and wood debris should be turned into hugelkultur to build soil, and to prevent fires.
4. Pollinator habitat should be protected and increased over time.
5. Land taxes must be up to date and paid on time.
6. Land Stewards must provide starting MRV metrics for the makeup of the forest, and update the report yearly.
7. At the start enrollment and once a year then after Carbonland Trust will capture multispectral imagery of property to monitor and measure changes.
If the above sound like something you would like to do to be able to sell carbon credits, please fill out the form below to learn more about enrolling in Carbonland Trust Protocol.
Last revised on: January, 2023
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