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CLIMATE SOLUTIONS

PROFESSIONAL REFORESTATION SERVICES
PROGRAM STRUCTURE
FOREST MANAGEMENT
LOGISTICS EXPERTS

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MAPPING AND PLANNING
WILDLIFE CONSERVATION
CONSULTING

A Better Future

MECHANICAL SOLUTIONS
CARBON REDUCTION
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Here is how you can contribute 

INDIVIDUAL
COMPANY
GOVERNMENT
PRIVATE LAND OWNER

AFFORESTATION & REFORESTATION SOLUTIONS

STRUCTURE PROGRAM

With your input, we will create a Reforestation Project from scratch

We offer our clients a "one-stop-shop" for all you're Reforestation needs

PLAN AND DESIGN

We will assess the area and draft a Professional Plan for Reforestation

SOURCE THE SEED

We will source the seed from the area the tree will be planted in

GROW SEEDLINGS

We will sow each seedling in a tree nursery. Healthy growth will take 1-2 years

PLANT

Once seedlings are ready for planting, our planters will deliver and plant all your trees

ASSESSMENT

With your input, we will create a Reforestation Project from scratch

MONITOR

With your input, we will create a Reforestation Project from scratch

TENDING

Some sites may require a Brush Saw application to assist the planted tree's survival from competition tree species, 

New to Tree Planting? 

When you become a tree planter you must make a commitment to yourself to work hard in a challenging environment. It is common for the land, weather, access and stock type to change quickly from one day to the next. A planting season starts in late April or early May for most people. May usually consists of cold mornings, cool rain and lots of enthusiasm. By mid-June, the weather starts to heat-up and your planting skills are at their best. Most planting camps work four or five days with one day off spent in the closest town. At the end of June, it is well advised to take a short break to recover before the summer work begins

Learn More: The Daily Routine

You wake up at five or six in the morning, get dressed, and stumble into the mess tent. A huge breakfast awaits you, and when you've finished eating, you make your lunch from the array of goodies provided by the cook, such as: sandwiches, granola bars, cookies, fruit,  vegetables, or trailmix. Then you pile into your crew vehicle (usually a supercab truck) and head off to the block. Onsite, you grab your planting bags, bag-up with trees, pick up your shovel and head out to your designated piece of land. After nine or ten hours, you return to camp, where you can wash up and eat another huge meal. An important part of the planting experience is eating. It is important to replace all of the calories you'll burn during the day. Planters who don't eat or drink enough have low energy and consequently low numbers. After dinner, it's all up to you. Guitars appear, letters get written and there's always conversation by the fire or in the mess tent. Most planters crash by nine or ten, getting reseted for the next day

The Truth of the Matter

Tree planting is damn hard work. Although we love it, it is not the job for everyone. New planters should come to a season expecting to work harder than they ever have before. All planters contribute to group tasks (unloading tree shipments, etc), working as a team to make the entire season a success. Tree planting is unpredictable! Anticipate days where stock (or the ground) is frozen, the land is rocky, or the crew plants faster than stock deliveries can be brought in. It is important to make each good planting day count, and remember, complacency is a terrible waste of a potentially great season. Aim for each day to be your biggest