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Forest Carbon Project Developers - Shared screen with speaker view
Carl DuPoldt
01:52
Hello from Exton, PA www.greenbuildingss.com & www.dcva.org & wwww..delcopspe.org
Charles Levesque
02:27
To all - please DON'T introduce yourself. There are over 500 people registered for this webinar.
Charles Levesque
02:44
www.northeastforestcarbon.org
Charles Levesque
03:09
Charlie Levesque is the Coordinator at levesque@inrsllc.com 603-588-3272
Renato Wassel
16:59
Hey I’m gonna be taking notes with this app https://try.beulr.com/zoom/ — if anyone wants a copy just lmk (PM me)
Andrew Carlo
19:43
I have heard that Verra requires FSC certification. Is that the case for carbon projects through FCW? Also, who are the major purchasers of credits through FCW?
Caroline Norden
24:30
Is a conservation easement that simply requires a forest management plan to harvest acceptable?
Reg MacQuesten
26:46
you seem to be breaking up. not sure if you or me..
Richard Carbonetti
27:02
Is the amount of available carbon you can sell flexible?
Susan Stein
31:22
Do you provide advice to landowners on management approaches that will help to maintain or increase carbon?
Bethany Muñoz Delgado
31:23
Are you able to relay what software you use for modeling/estimating carbon stocks?
mark megalos
31:34
A recent report suggested that the 20% leakage reserve had been eaten up by fires in some similar western efforts. Care to comment on that?
James Curtis
31:40
Does the landowner receive a lesser amount per acre if already in a forest tax program?
Michael Mauri
31:53
How does FCW calculate the business as usual baseline? Thank you.
Mary Wigmore
32:10
What are penalties if owner decides to opt out in year 6 of the contract, and how does that all work with their credits and the credibility of the offsets?
Greg Mikkelson
32:38
How does the buffer pool work? Does it make the program completely risk-free for the landowner?
HARRIS ROEN
33:05
If someone sells land with a 100-year carbon contract, what is the mechanism to have the contract follow to the new owner? Is there a lien on the deed? Is there a penalty to the existing owner if the new owner decides not to adopt the contract?
Maura Ross
33:12
what types of harvest are allowed & what is the typical allowed frequency? (thinnings, clear cuts, etc, that follow forest management plans)
Jeffrey Smith
34:05
How does FCW get paid for their work? A percentage of the amount of the sale of the carbon or some other way?
joan pierce
41:25
Issue: Solar Projects vs forested land. Question: From a climate change perspective - what questions need to be asked, what info is needed to calculate which use is better? I will also be sending this question to Charlie by e-mail. Thank you.
Charles Levesque
43:39
Everyone - sorry about audio problems. It appears to be a Zoom problem. I am trying to fix but not having any luck. Charlie Levesque
Louisa Spencer
45:39
Are monoculture reforestation areas owned by, for example, paper companies, equally eligible for carbon credits as more ecologically rich forests?
Richard Carbonetti
49:30
Did you indicate that mgt plan formats are available. How does this comply with forester licensing laws?
Michael Mauri
49:36
This platform does not seem to be up and running yet. Perhaps you said that already. Thank you.
Andrew Carlo
51:30
Same questions as for FCW: are forest certifications required? and who are the major purchasers of Core Carbon credits?
Jack PLIMPTON
56:21
We have 5,000 acres that have been very minimally cut since 1926, and do not plan any extensive cutting. Does this mean the "baseline" activity is too low to generate additional carbon offsets?
Kevin Lemire
01:00:47
Maybe I missed it, but do all an owner's acres need to be enrolled as with Carbon Woks program or can a landowner opt to enroll a partial number of acres?
Patricia Shulenburg
01:03:21
I like your coulter pine cone :-) Jazmin
Anne Marcalus Sedler
01:11:30
can only understand small portions of her answers
Jack PLIMPTON
01:18:16
Same question to Richard (Jazmin's answer was inaudible): We have 5,000 acres that have been very minimally cut since 1926, and do not plan any extensive cutting. Does this mean the "baseline" activity is too low to generate additional carbon offsets?
David Harvey
01:23:02
If I have contracted acres through NRCS EQIP "Forest Thinning" completed and/or contracted ….. Can these acres be enrolled in your program?
Elisabeth McLane
01:26:18
Can you split a property between Enhancement and Grow Older?
Jim Townsend
01:26:54
Is family forest available in northern NY?
Elisabeth McLane
01:28:40
NRCS now has carbon enhancement practices. I assume enrollment in NRCS means a landowner isn't eligible to work with FFCP?
William Hull
01:30:02
Does this program ever allow landowners to benefit from increasing carbon credit values?
David Falkenham
01:30:27
Can a landowner perform TSI in sapling stands in the Family Forest Carbon Program?
Jaroslaw Nowak
01:30:46
Are protocols available for other than NE regions of the US?
David Harvey
01:30:50
NRCS has practices that favor Carbon just as forest as forests "enhance" water quality, wildlife, etc. I have not seen any programs that NRCS has paid for carbon.
Patrick Crast
01:33:40
Why are you not looking for forester in NY?
Si Balch
01:36:50
where does your money come from to pay for good mgt?
Laura Farrell
01:38:03
Is there any distinction between already conserved land, and not yet conserved land, if no carbon credits have been sold or promised?
Jake Metzler
01:55:18
To what degree is "all ownership" assessed? If I own 100,000 ac and create 5 different LLCs of 20,000 ac and enroll 1 does that work?
Paul Crosby
01:57:29
If a portion of an ownership is set aside as "wilderness" with no harvesting, is the remaining property eligible?
Elisabeth McLane
01:57:34
If you have a mgmt plan that doesn't call for harvesting in the next year, does this still fit your requirement that the forest land "could" be harvested in the next year?
Richard Campbell
01:59:14
Family Forest Carbon Program contact info: Richard Campbell; rcampbell@forestfoundation.org; (203) 376-4614; familyforestcarbon.org
WILLIAM MARTIN
02:01:19
For each dollar paid by a buyer, how much of that dollar goes to the landowner?
Richard Carbonetti
02:04:26
How does a one year deferral actually address a positive increase in carbon storage. It seems easy to get paid for carbon then sell the carbon the next year.
Michael Mauri
02:05:51
Two questions: can you give a range of what payments have tended to be so far per acre? Second, if you keep delaying the same harvest year after year, do you keep receiving the same payment? Thank you.
HARRIS ROEN
02:08:18
How is a one-year delay determined? Does there need to be a timber sale contract in place that gets delayed? Or a target date of harvest in a management plan?
Jaroslaw Nowak
02:08:52
How is NCX achieving "permanence" of the carbon credits using one-year contracts?
Mary Wigmore
02:11:03
If your land is carbon rich but the cohort average is moderate, an owner loses on total payment due to other owner's past management decisions, is that correct based on your business model of averaging stocking and determination of deferred harvest credits?
Herbert Yancey
02:12:56
Correct me if I mis-interpreted, but In one of the slides it is mentioned that a seller of credits can set their own price - how does the credit pricing mechanism work?
Subrata Paul
02:13:45
NCX- Is there a maximum number of times that the same property can be consecutively re-enrolled? (It currently sounds that the number is two.)
Tom Rooney
02:28:53
Bluesource-if a landowner adds a working forest easement to the property, can that increase the value of carbon sold?
Michael Mauri
02:35:52
After the initial sale of credits, can you explain how subsequent sales of offsets work? Thank you.
Jack PLIMPTON
02:36:18
What is BlueSource's revenue split with the landowner?
Tommie Elder
02:36:56
Tommie Elder, Director, Forest Carbon Origination, Bluesource telder@bluesource.com 540 905 9531
Jack PLIMPTON
02:41:37
15%-40% to BlueSource?
Herbert Yancey
02:43:35
Do landowners have individual accounts in the specific carbon registries or does Bluesource bundle credits for sales to various entities and sell under the bluesource account?
Charles Levesque
02:49:21
CORE Carbon/Finite Carbon:Jazmín M. Varela Director of Landowner Relationsjvarela@finitecarbon.comcorecarbon@finitecarbon.comwww.corecarbon.com1-484-586-3080
Herbert Yancey
02:50:02
To all panelists - Are offset buyers paying premiums for offsets for various states or regions in the US? Is there a difference between CARB and voluntary markets?
Joan Milam
02:51:26
thank you. really good information
Laura Farrell
02:54:47
Richard, or anyone, is there any potential to include hay, row crops, fields or wetlands in the carbon market or any other t/programs?
Michael Mauri
03:03:32
There is a lot here! How will landowners navigate all of this? Thank you for today’s presentations and a great series overall.
Elisabeth McLane
03:04:53
Echoing the last comment. There is a lot to understand for foresters, let alone landowners. Thank you for your presentations.
MikeL
03:05:56
Thanks indeed to Charlie and Ali and today's hosts ... I learned a lot. What Tommie said!
Peter Connorton
03:07:34
Thank you.
Keri Yankus
03:07:34
Thanks great information
Jake Maier
03:07:51
Thank you all