Woodlot Carbon
A short survey to gauge woodlot owner interest in a carbon offset project .

Participation in a carbon offset project assumptions:
1. Entering into 100 year agreement
2. Follow a forest management plan.
3. Continue to harvest up to the allowable cut levels designated in the mgmt plan.
4. Benefits and obligations are tied to the owner of the property.
5. Payment received through an endowment structure, with an annual return after all costs are covered.
6. No up front cost to enter into the project aside from a mgmt plan.
7. There is a cost to the mgmt plan.
8. Carbon offset prices are likely to go up but it is unknown if, when and at what rate.
9. You can buy out of the project in the future at a higher cost than revenues earned to date. This margin shrinks the longer you remain in the project. ie. It is more expensive to get out early.

What demographic best applies to you? *
What province is your woodlot in?
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What county is your woodlot in?
Your answer
Do you have a woodlot management plan (less than 10 years old)? *
Do you have a woodlot succession plan? *
How big is your woodlot? *
How long have you owned the woodlot?
Have you had silviculture done in the past 10 years? *
Have you had harvesting done in the last 10 years? *
Would you be willing to enter your woodlot into a 100 year carbon offset project? *
At what minimum price would you be willing to enter your woodlot into a 100 year cabon offset project? *
If you did enter into a carbon offset project, would you be willing to undergo recommended harvest treatments in order to increase the carbon storage on your woodlot over time? *
Are you concerned about reduced harvest income as a result of entering into a 100 year carbon offset project? *
What concerns you most about entering your woodlot into a 100 year carbon offset project? *
What next concerns you most about entering your woodlot into a 100 year carbon offset project? *
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