In 2010, the United States had 252 Mha of natural forest, extending over 29% of its land area. In 2020, it lost 1.59 Mha of natural forest, equivalent to 683 MtCO2e.
This improved forest management project is located on 4,300 acres of mixed hardwoods, oak-hickory, cove forest, and oak-pine in northeast Tennessee. This contiguous parcel is used as a conservation and recreation-based property.
The park’s management plan and governance are designed to preserve the mountain’s forest habitat while also stimulating recreation-based tourism in an economically at-risk region.
Find out how our last audit on the ground went in this article!