Organizations and associations

The transparency of our operations is informed by deep collaboration with, and adherence to, industry-leading standards. We're proud of our collaborations with industry peers and nonprofit organizations that aim to steer finance toward outcomes that are nature positive.


  1. Sustainable Forestry Initiative¹

  2. Forest Stewardship Council²

  3. Global Impact Investing Network³

  4. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)⁴

  5. PRI⁵

  6. World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)⁶

  7. Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification⁷

  8. California Air Resources Board⁸

  9. American Carbon Registry⁹

  10. New Zealand Emissions Trading Scheme¹⁰

ESG factors in our property management

We manage our forests and farms in a way that enables us to achieve key environmental and social objectives set out by third-party sustainability standards.

Stewardship priorities

The foundation of our business is sustainably managing our clients' land. Specifically, we focus on three pillars: climate, nature, and people. These pillars guide our commitments and actions for how we responsibly manage our forests and farms.

Recreation licenses 

Many of the properties under our management provide unrestricted public access and recreational opportunities to license holders, including hunting, fishing, hiking, and camping.