River Systems are Integral

In last month’s installment, we described a well-managed property like a diversified stock portfolio. All the natural assets available are used to create financial rewards without relying on real estate development to fund your future. Conservation easements, mitigation banks, and nutrient banks all help to create layers of value in your portfolio. The last two…

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The Fence Post

Originally published at: https://middleburgeccentric.com/2020/10/the-fence-post/ With the changing of the season, families join each other around the table for the holidays. From one generation to another, the hand of time and the values held most dear are transferred through stories and days spent on the land. From the moist smell of the soil to the vibrant…

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Rebalancing Our Infrastructure With Reforestation

Reforestation can improve resiliency through soil stabilization, water quality, and carbon sequestration — all while boosting the economy By Chandler Van Voorhis As Congress and the President examine a major infrastructure bill, it is important that green infrastructure play a significant role. Why? According to the IPCC, one-third of all the emissions ever put up…

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Planting Trees One Acre at a Time

Fauquier County Virginia

Planting trees one acre at a time Conservancy company benefits Great Meadow and Montebello “One thing is certain; we all need to do our part.  ACRE is doing their part, one acre at a time.” Robert Banner  https://www.fauquier.com/news/planting-trees-one-acre-at-a-time/article_e110f43e-a405-11e9-9d46-efd7d0f30767.html

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Timber Talk: March / April 2012 Issue

In the Mississippi Alluvial Valley, the nation‘s leading reforestation program on private lands has quietly been building an amazingly successful program designed to promote forestry, wildlife habitat, carbon sequestration, biofuel harvest and landowner incomes. Page 28 https://scloggers.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Timber-Talk-Mar_Apr_12.pdf

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“Farming” Carbon to Help Wildlife

Projects to fight global warming by planting forests on croplands have provided a new pool of money for habitat restoration Paul Tolmé, Dec 01, 2009 – National Wildlife Foundation Magazine https://www.nwf.org/Magazines/National-Wildlife/2009/Farming-Carbon-to-Help-Wildlife

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