our Work

Carbon Projects

We're generating high-quality carbon removal projects with true additionality, limited leakage, and unique co-benefits.

Our Differentiators

Biotechnology

Our biotech seedlings are unique in their ability to hyperaccumulate nickel and capture more carbon on less land. We generate seedling supply specifically for our carbon projects.

Land Use Efficiency

We utilize land that is already abandoned or degraded, like abandoned mineland or former dairy farms, meaning emissions will not go elsewhere. We limit land use change.

Ecosystem Restoration

Often the soil we plant on is not usable to other plants without site prep. Our seedlings remove excess metals and grow faster, preventing the establishment of invasive shrubs. Planting trees improves biodiversity and restores ecosystems and soil health.

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Create an incentive for your vendors or farmers to plant photosynthesis-enhanced or hyperaccumulator seedlings on their land or real-estate.  

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A few of our
biotech-enhanced reforestation projects

Loblolly Pine Timber Stand

Reidsville, Georgia
2000
acres
This project increases the volume of carbon stored in durable wood products while accelerating the ability of managed timberland in the US to act as a carbon sink. It's also an opportunity to integrate timberland owners into the carbon markets and incentivizes them to extend their harvest rotations.

Idle Bottomland

Reidsville, Georgia
800
acres
We’re planting a combination of Photosynthesis-Enhanced Hybrid Poplar and other species on family-owned active timberland near Reidsville, Georgia. This project is an active research site and facilitates ongoing research to improve the carbon capture and storage durability of nature-based solutions.

Degraded Mine Land

Zion Grove, Pennsylvania
300
acres
We will be planting and studying our seedlings as a method of truly additional forest carbon. The goal is to not only sequester carbon in a long-term living system but also direct the land toward reestablishing the original natural forest species composition and removing excess metals from the soil.

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