According to the IPCC, one-third (1/3) of all the emissions ever put up in the atmosphere since 1750 has come from land-use change, predominately deforestation. Therefore, to repair the past, we must drive reforestation on scale. But to do this requires building a platform where small, medium and large landowners can participate equally.
GreenTrees is the largest carbon reforestation project in the world. It is the 15th largest forestry project in the world. It has done this by working with landowners, ranging from 7 acres to 1700 acres in the Mississippi River Valley.
Now, GreenTrees is branching out to other river systems in the US and around the World. If we are to truly "repair the past and grow the future" we need to plant hope today!