Restoring
Resilient Forests
After Wildfires

Making Reforestation Scalable to Mitigate
the Worst Effects of Climate Change

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We combine proven reforestation practices with new technology to regrow healthy, resilient, climate-adapted forests.

Reforestation

Helping to Increase the Speed and Scale of Ecosystem Recovery After Wildfires

Wildfires are burning hotter, faster, and more frequently. As a result of climate change, we can no longer rely solely on natural regeneration to recover.

We’re on a mission to make reforestation scalable to mitigate the worst effects of climate change.

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Seed and Seedlings

Diverse, High-Volume Supplies

We face critically low seed supplies in forested regions. That’s why we acquired Silvaseed, the 130-year-old seed and seedling supplier, to ensure a steady and scalable supply to restore forests.

With Silvaseed, we have advanced programs around seed collection and seedling production. Today, we are proudly one of the largest conifer seed suppliers in the world.

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Carbon Offsets

Make A Measurable Difference

Each DroneSeed nature-based carbon offset represents the removal of one tonne of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) from the atmosphere as the trees grow.

Our offset-generating carbon projects provide attractive financial benefits to landowners while helping to reverse the worst effects of climate change and promote healthy, resilient forests.

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Current Areas of Focus

Western U.S. California, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Montana, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, and Idaho.

International British Columbia, New Zealand and Australia.

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“Wildfire is an increasing concern… The Foundation strongly supports new innovations like DroneSeed to assist family foresters in rapidly responding post-fire.”

— Chantz Joyce, The American Forest Foundation