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Region Acre Breakdown

Appalachian
14,429
Northeast
18,857
Pacific Northwest
5,132
Southeast
176,537
West Gulf
45,487

Acre Grand Total

260,443

Co2 sequestration total*

829,965

tons per year

207,491

tons per quarter

As of September 31, 2021

*The estimated environmental impacts shown are illustrative only and are intended to give the reader a sense of the environmental value of timberland investments. Specific metrics are provided in total and with associated environmental offset equivalencies estimated from projected acreages by the following methods.  All statistics shown are estimates and are based on information deemed at the time to be reliable. Actual environmental impact may vary significantly, and are not directly measured, monitored, or tracked. The metrics used to estimate total carbon dioxide (CO2) sequestered over time include timber acreages from DTA historical records, state-specific carbon sequestration rates from the USDA Forest Service, and CO2 metric ton conversion factors (Carbon CO2 atomic weight conversion factor = 3.67).

Regional Presence

Fernandina Beach, Florida

Atlanta, Georgia

Guyton, Georgia

States with timberland assets

Alabama

Florida

Georgia

Kentucky

Maine

Mississippi

New York

North Carolina

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania

South Carolina

Tennessee

Texas

Vermont

Virginia

Washington

*The estimated environmental impacts shown are illustrative only and are intended to give the reader a sense of the environmental value of timberland investments. Specific metrics are provided in total and with associated environmental offset equivalencies estimated from projected acreages by the following methods.  All statistics shown are estimates and are based on information deemed at the time to be reliable. Actual environmental impact may vary significantly, and are not directly measured, monitored, or tracked. The metrics used to estimate total carbon dioxide (CO2) sequestered over time include timber acreages from DTA historical records, state-specific carbon sequestration rates from the USDA Forest Service, and CO2 metric ton conversion factors (Carbon CO2 atomic weight conversion factor = 3.67).

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