In efforts to stabilize the GMT and reduce emissions, the United Nations adopted The Paris Agreement in December 2015 and set an end goal of +2°C as the maximum temperature target selected intentionally to “avoid dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate.” At the current pace, the world will reach this +2°C threshold by 2050.

One of the major required mitigation efforts that must be undertaken to reverse this threat is the global escalation in the scale of carbon dioxide removal projects, or reforestation. Greater forest ecology along the Mississippi River will also provide timber products, soil stabilization, climate moderation, improved water quality and quantity, better quality wildlife habitat, and recreational landscape for the entire base of our regional economic activity. Preserving our metropolitan as well as state culture(s) and traditions while adapting to the imperatives of the new global economy coincides neatly with the requirements of sustainability.

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Our foresters in the field oversee the enrollment of acres, plantings, forest growth patterns, quality control issues, and landowner relations—all with great personal care. Learn more about how to get started.

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