How we measure carbon in the trees

We visit each planting one time per year. Our Monitoring and Reporting specialist leads a team from our partner or local office, together with interested farmers. First we count the number of surviving trees. Then we take out a tape measure and measure around the trunks of one of one in every 10 or 20…

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We plant trees together with the villagers

The general approach: TroFaCo strongly believes in collaboration with the communities. So we or rather, our local partner ask the community they can select people among them who know about trees. Usually there is one or more in a village (or in neighbour village) who knows. That person is then given a contract by TroFaCo’s…

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TroFaCo has its own unique verification. Better information and better for the farmers

TroFaCo is very effective in getting benefits to local villages and accurate documentation to you. That is because we use a unique verification system, instead of certification by outsiders. There are mainly three reasons we chose to do our own verification : 1) Development of projects and their verification under the various standards is expensive (often…

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