Northwest New Jersey, USA
Covering over 3,600 acres in northern New Jersey, Hudson Farms is one of the largest working forests in the state. Hudson Farms’ rich history spans over a century, and the property contains the iconic estate where the idea for the Appalachian Trail was conceived. Today, Hudson Farms pioneers wildlife conservation initiatives throughout the region and serves as a local community steward. Hudson Farms Foundation gives to local Sussex County charities including conservation and species protection projects, various medical causes, veterans, food banks, fire departments, and responsible hunting safety education and outreach. Hudson Farms partners with the National Audubon Society and the Natural Resources Conservation Service.
Acres of forest protected
Metrics tons of carbon captured per year
Founded in 1996 as the first private voluntary offset program in the world, ACR has twenty-five years of unparalleled experience in the development of rigorous, science-based carbon offset standards and methodologies as well as operational experience in carbon offset project registration, verification oversight and offset issuance.
Avoid wasting water and clean, accessible water for all is an essential part of the world we want to live in. The Hudson Farms helps provide clean and safe water for the community to use.
Climate change is a global challenge that affects everyone, everywhere. The Hudson Farms Project ensures the sequestration of carbon from the atmosphere which helps fight climate change.
Sustainably managing forests, combating desertification, halting and reversing land degradation, and halting biodiversity loss. Home to a variety of flora and fauna, this project provides a safe habitat for the animals and plantlife to thrive.
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