TreeCoin developers want to provide a sustainable and scalable timber production model to countries ravaged by deforestation. The firm hopes to create a model that is duplicable by other environmental protection groups globally. TreeCoin hopes to be the spark that ignites environmental change.
According to TreeCoin executives, the firm will start the program in Paraguay. Paraguay suffers from major ecological imbalances due to the loss of 90% of its eastern forests. TreeCoin plans to purchase 12,000 hectares of deforested land as the first step in its strategy. Here, TreeCoin plans to plant 10 million Eucalyptus trees.
In order to accomplish this monumental task, the company partnered with a local reforestation team. Additionally, TreeCoin opened a training facility in which local Paraguayans learn the skills necessary to care for eucalyptus trees from a seedling. This center is run by the reforestation specialists, Andreas Jelinek of Grupo Empresarial La Rivera S.A. Paraguay.
Under the lead of Jelinek, TreeCoin already reforested 3,000 hectares of land into development. Notably, the program resulted in some 2.5 million harvested trees under their management. The best part of this strategy is that it’s truly sustainable. Basically, newly planted trees replenish the supply at a rate far greater than the deforestation rate.