Fast growing eco-timber that's reversing climate change
Apr 09, 2020
- 2000 acres planted already with over 100 farmers in North and Latin America.
- One acre of Empress Splendor offsets the carbon footprint of up to four people.
- Answers a global demand for sustainable hardwood.
- Risks are mitigated by widely dispersed farms in North and Latin America.
The Empress Splendor is the fastest growing hardwood tree in the world. For every $3,000 you invest, our farmers will plant an acre of these beauties across North and Central America. Then, in 10 years when these trees mature, they'll be harvested for lumber and we'll be sharing the profits with our farmers and investors like you.
The United Nations predicts that demand for timber will double by 2050. With our carbon-eating, non-invasive Empress Splendors, we're ready to meet those needs.