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  • Managed Forest Carbon Project & Sales for Large Landowner

    Managed Forest Carbon Project & Sales for Large Landowner

    A forest investment firm sought to maximize their impact and timber returns across their 250,000 acre North American ownership located in West Coast, Southern and Mid-Atlantic states. US Forest Capital completed a comprehensive assessment of carbon, conservation easement, conservation sales and wetland mitigation opportunities across the ownership. This led to…

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  • Analyzing Debt-Financed Forest Acquisition for Finance Company

    Analyzing Debt-Financed Forest Acquisition for Finance Company

    An international investment bank specializing in acquiring debt sought to acquire timberlands and required an independent expert (one not seeking to place funds) to determine whether timber was an attractive asset class worth owning. Additionally, the firm required assistance in analyzing the attractiveness of two transactions they were pursuing. We…

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  • Market-Priced Disposition of a Working Forest with High Conservation Values

    Market-Priced Disposition of a Working Forest with High Conservation Values

    A timberland investment management organization (TIMO) wished to sell 16,000 acres of high quality working forest that had both high conservation and development values. Because of its fiduciary responsibilities to its investors, the TIMO needed to complete the sale at market value while also seeking to maintain its working forest…

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  • Creative Sale of Property with High Timber and Development Values

    Creative Sale of Property with High Timber and Development Values

    A forest investment firm owned 3,700 acres of forestland directly adjacent to a growing Oregon community. The property was well stocked with mature and valuable timber, and also had high development values. It was also an important community asset—providing public recreation opportunities, stunning views and other aesthetic benefits. We helped devise a…

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