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EcoForce Global Corp Opportunity – Farmers
As a Landowner/Farmer, what is the minimum number of trees I can plant to be eligible for the ‘Tree Planting Program?
The minimum number of trees is 2500.
It is important to plant to most suitable trees for the planting sites. Many of our planting sites will be on private land so the selection of trees will be done in consultation with the landowner and the local landcare specialists and tree planting organisations. The tree types will also be chosen to maximise carbon capture and soil health growth.
In Australia 60% of all land is held by farmers. If EcoForce can plant trees on these properties and help sequester ( capture) carbon and in turn help rebuild soil health and mineral content then why not support farmers?
EcoForce will work with landowners in most countries of the world to plant trees.
No, EcoForce will work with any farmer who wishes to move to a regenerative agriculture basis. We will help fund appropriate training courses to begin your regen ag understanding.
After the 2 years the tree becomes the property of the landowner / farmer. Depending upon the type of tree, the first 15 years of a tree are its greatest carbon capturing potential. We expect that the long term benefit for farmers to retain the trees to help retain top soil, carbon, provide shade for animals and help seed clouds for rain will see many trees living a full life.
What will happen if the trees then become considered high value regrowth at anytime after the 2 year period?
The trees become the property of the landholder after the 2 year contract period and therefore, any additional income earned belongs to the landholder.
We are partnering with landholders on the basis of first come, first served.
It is important to plant the most suitable trees for the planting sites. Many of our planting sites will be on private land so the selection of trees will be done in consultation with the landowner and the local Landcare specialists, tree planting organisations and Natural Resources Management (NRM) organisations. The tree types will also be chosen to maximise carbon capture and soil health growth.
What happens if a landowner experiences a loss of tree through fire or flood and who is responsible for replanting the trees?
Ecoforce will supply new seedlings to replace those seedlings or trees destroyed by fire or flood.
Replanting the replacement tree will be the responsibility of the landowner.
It is the responsibility of the land owner to ensure the trees are watered.
Does it have to be a new planted tree, or can passive regrowth trees be considered as part of the Ecoforce Tree Planting Program?
Ecoforce will plant new physical Tree only.
Landholders will be required to scan a QR code that is assigned to each tree, and photograph each tree at four 6 Monthly intervals over the 2 year period. This process unlocks funding at each of the four intervals of the QR code scanning & photographic process. Ecoforce will also have field staff to complete spot checks in the plantations and be available to support and provide advice.
Yes, both can be a consideration as part of the program.
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