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The Rise of natural capitalism And The new Frontier of The Restoration Economy

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The Rise of natural capitalism And The new Frontier of The Restoration Economy

With Greentrees, participating landowners now have the potential to sit backand watch their forest grow while revenues increase.
A critical wetland resource, the bottomland hardwood ecosystem of theMississippi Alluvial Valley (MAV) is one of the most important on the NorthAmerican continent. Considered North America’s rainforest, the MAV is a vitalhabitat for migratory birds and numerous plant and animal species. Forty percent ofNorth America’s waterfowl and 60% of all bird species migrate along the MississippiRiver, although their population has been dwindling from habitat loss.
 
By Co-Founder and Managing PartnerGreenTrees, LLC
 
Published in Issue of Forest Landowner Magazine

 

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