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ACR 802 | Bottomland Forests of the Mississippi Delta and Coastal Plains blog

ACR 802 | Bottomland Forests of the Mississippi Delta and Coastal Plains

The Bottomland Forests of the Mississippi Delta & Coastal Plains is a first of its kind Programmatic Development Approach (PDA) to Improved Forest Management. It aggregates forestlands from...

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ACR 783 | S & J Taylor Forest Project blog

ACR 783 | S & J Taylor Forest Project

The S&J Taylor Forest Carbon Project balances conservation of both Saline River bottoms riparian hardwoods and “working” pines in the heart of timber country. Diverse oak, gum, cypress,...

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ACR 912 | Mixed Broadleaf Forests of the Ozark Highlands blog

ACR 912 | Mixed Broadleaf Forests of the Ozark Highlands

The NativState Mixed Broadleaf Forests of the Ozark Highlands is a programmatic development approach (PDA) to aggregated Improved Forest Management. This method allows landowners with smaller tracts of...

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ACR 913 | Bottomland Forests of the Mississippi Delta and Piedmont blog

ACR 913 | Bottomland Forests of the Mississippi Delta and Piedmont

The NativState Bottomland Forests of the Mississippi Delta and Piedmont carbon project takes a programmatic development approach (PDA) to Improved Forest Management. Landowners are able to join forces...

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ACR 914 | Bottomland Forests of the South-Central Plains blog

ACR 914 | Bottomland Forests of the South-Central Plains

The Bottomland Forests of the South-Central Plains project is an aggregate approach to Improved Forest Management. Focusing primarily on native tracts of land with a smaller ownership size,...

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ACR 900 | Calion Ouachita River Wilderness blog

ACR 900 | Calion Ouachita River Wilderness

Calion Lumber Company, Inc. is the largest private land conservation project in Arkansas. With over 40,000 acres of bottomland hardwoods conserved along the Ouachita River, it is truly...

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