Cheakamus Community Forest Carbon Project Update

Carbon credit plans move ahead

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A bid to sell carbon credits in the Cheakamus Community Forest (CCF) is moving forward with a project validation process getting underway that’s expected to take between two and three months to complete. Ecotrust Canada, a charitable organization working to build a conservation-based economy, has been working with the CCF for the past seven years and has committed to the project. It believes it’s the best possible way to ensure a healthy forest for the region and to create a revenue stream that supports low impact forest management into the future.

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