Webinar: From the Basics to a Deep Dive on Forest Carbon Markets

This webinar will kick off the series with an overview of forest carbon markets, focusing primarily on voluntary carbon markets. It will run through the different forest carbon project types, eligibility requirements, the main registries and how they work, and important things to know before entering a forest carbon program. Q&A and a look ahead...

Webinar: Anew/Bluesource — A Turnkey Forest Carbon Development

Details: Anew, formerly Bluesource, develops and manages both compliance and voluntary forest carbon projects with no upfront costs to landowners. They use cutting-edge, proprietary technology to verify initial calculations, streamline the registration and verification process, and secure carbon credit sales. Anew uses best practices and lessons learned to ensure forest carbon projects of the highest quality...

Webinar: Family Forest Carbon Program: Bringing Together American Family Forest Owners, Companies and Policymakers to Improve Forest Health and Address Climate Change

Details: The Family Forest Carbon Program pays small forest holders upfront to implement climate-smart forestry practices that go above and beyond what is otherwise common practice. The program also provides landowners with professional expertise and guidance to help them transition to sustainable management long term. A long-term resource for landowners to improve the health and value...

Webinar: Finite Carbon and CORE Carbon — Big Opportunities for Small Landowners

Details: Finite Carbon values forest landowners as full project partners and delivers high-quality forest offset project financing and development services. Finite Carbon has delivered over $500 million to landowners across America in carbon payments. Under their CORE Carbon program, small landowners are eligible to receive revenue from the sale of carbon offsets from long-term commitments to...

Landowner Learning Series: Exploring the New 2022 Cost & Trends of Southern Forest Practices Online Dashboard

Join us for our next landowner learning session: Exploring the New 2022 Cost & Trends of Southern Forest Practices Online Dashboard presented by Jereme Natzke, the Foundation’s current Rob O. fellowship recipient. When: Wednesday, July 19th, 1 p.m. Eastern Time Who: Jeremy Natzke, Rob O. Fellowship Recipient Where: Zoom (this session will also be recorded)...

Landowner Learning Series: Advocacy in Action: How FLA’s Grassroots Engagement Impacts Policy

Zoom

One of FLA's priorities is ensuring regulations allow private forest landowners to continue managing their working forests and be economically successful. In order to be effective, policy work is vital. In 2021, we set up FLA's SET to GO teams (State Engagement Team to Grassroots Optimization) program. This program gives America’s forestry owners and those...

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FLA Landowner Learning Session: FLA’s Year in Policy 2023

Zoom

Join Craig Anderson, FLA's Director of Government Affairs, and Katie Moss, FLA's Director of Stewardship Initiatives and Regulatory Affairs as they review the progress and ongoing initiatives of FLA's policy team for 2023. From the Disaster Reforestation Act to the Endangered Species Act, learn about the advancement of FLA's policy priorities in 2023 and how...

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Landowner Learning Series: Large-scale wild fungal inoculation in forestry to improve productivity and carbon sequestration

Zoom

Around the world, governments and corporations have taken responsibility for addressing the climate crisis and signs of major biodiversity collapse. At the center of this discourse has been forests' fundamental role in global climate strategy – including timber forests being managed for harvest. However, historically, most working forest landscapes have been managed for one thing:...