Ecological services as an incentive for forest management
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Mar 14, 2012 12:00 pm US/Eastern
Length: 01:00 (hh:mm)
- Scott Shouse - Forestry Program Manager, Mountain Association for Community Economic Development
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The Mountain Association For Community Economic Development (MACED) has successfully developed a managed forest carbon offset program in central Appalachia that offers landowners the opportunity to earn money for carbon sequestration. So far MACED has 48 landowners and 30,000 acres enrolled and has paid out over $100,000 dollars. Scott Shouse, the Forestry Program Manager at MACED, will give a presentation on the key aspects of project development and carbon aggregation as it relates to the management of natural forests in central Appalachia.