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    Honduras Coffee Growers Clean Water ProjectHB
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    Northern Kenya Rangelands Project
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    Patagonia Region Improved Grazing
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    Northern Great Plains Regenerative Grazing ProjectHB

    Standard: Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) Methodology: Verra VM0026 Partner: Western Sustainability Exchange Phase 1 Acres: 55,498 acres Phase 1 Locations: Sweet Grass and Musselshell counties, Montana Phase 1 Benefits: Improved soil health and increased carbon sequestration in soil. These benefits result from Help BuildTM offsets initiating and accelerating improved practices on cattle ranches in Montana. Help BuildTM […]

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    REDD in the Yaeda ValleyHB

    Carbon Project Type: Reduced Emissions from Deforestation Location: Yaeda Valley, Tanzania Standard: Plan Vivo This project improves the livelihoods of hunter-gatherer Hadza (or Hadzabe) and pastoralist communities in Mongo Wa Mono and Domanga villages, Northern Tanzania – an area recognized for high biodiversity and home to elephants, kudu, impala and many other animals. In recent […]

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    May Ranch Avoided Grassland Conversion Project

    Project Type: Biodiversity and Wildlife Protection, Carbon Sequestration Location: Prowers County, Colorado Year: 2017-2021 Standard: Climate Action Reserve Climate Impact: 35,000 tonnes CO2e Beneficiaries: May Family, Ducks Unlimited Inc. Grasslands store over one-third of Earth’s carbon, making it crucial to halt their demolition. Over 70% of the native grasslands in the United States have already been lost due to […]

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    Southern Ute Indian Tribe: Natural Methane Capture and Use

    Carbon Project Type: Methane Capture and Use Location: La Plata County, Colorado Volume: 23,000-60,000 metric tonnes per year Standard: Verified Carbon Standard NativeEnergy’s work with Native American tribes goes back to our company’s founding. As our first Help Build™ carbon project, we helped the Rosebud Sioux develop the first tribally owned large-scale wind turbine. We […]