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Lyme Timber Sells 29,019 Acres in UP

Bluestone Sustainable Forest Co. (BSFC) has acquired 29,019 acres of forestland in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula from affiliates of Lyme Timber. Recognized as a critical migratory path for sandhill cranes as well as habitat for wolves, deer, and bear, the acreage will be managed by Anew Climate. While carbon sequestration will be prioritized, sustainable harvesting will continue to support the local economy. The 45-square-mile tract will also remain accessible to the public for recreation activities. Anew Climate currently oversees more than 90 forest carbon projects totaling more than four million acres in partnership with North American landowners. BSFC President Jamie Houston said, “Michigan is a state that is rich in its forests, and it is an area where we have a successful and long track record of managing forests for carbon in partnership with a variety of landowners.” Read more HERE.

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