A tree is worth

$193,250

A tree is worth $193,250 according to Professor T.M. Das of the university of Calcutta. A tree living for 50 years will generate $31,250 worth of oxygen, provide $62,000 worth of air pollution control, control soil erosion and increase soil fertility to the tune of $31,250, recycle $37,500 worth of water and provide a home for animals worth $31,250. This figure does not include the value of the fruits, lumber or beauty derived from trees. Just another sensible reason to take care of our forests.

Welcome to EcoForests

EcoForests is a boutique forestry investment management company. We manage high-class tropical timber species on behalf of our investors world wide. We offer a timber portfolio that includes various species such as teak, oak, mahogany and eucalyptus in several geographic locations in Central and South America. Our corporate vertical integration includes nursery, forestry management, harvesting, timber processing, and timber exporting and trading, which allows for a turn-key alternative investment with above average returns.
EcoForests tree partner programs are tailored to meet the specific needs of the investor. We have investment vehicles in place that offer short, medium and long-term investment opportunities for private investors, family offices and institutions. If you would like to learn more about how to become a tree partner, please contact us.

Our Philosophy

At EcoForests we consider timberland to be a long-term investment, it is also a dynamic asset class. By actively managing our client’s forests for more than just timber, we are able to maximize returns for our investors before, during and after trees are harvested. Good stewardship is an essential part of this process, and we consider a strong environmental record as central to business success. It fosters a business culture that gives us the operational flexibility to be successful. It also helps us meet our fiduciary and social responsibilities as well as the publics needs. More important, good stewardship fundamentally helps to reduce operating risk associated with our investors’ portfolios.

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#Ecoforests #Impactinvestment #invest YTD 2017, the FTR ( Forisk Timber REIT) Index returned 17.97% versus 15.29% for the S&P 500

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