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You’re right! Increasing revenue by selling the land is not a benefit of a community forest.

A town, county, non-profit, tribe, or other community entity can own a community forest. It’s a form of ownership that makes sure the community is heavily involved in the stewardship of the land, and most importantly, the land is permanently protected. This ensures the forest is conserved and that benefits continue to flow to the community for generations to come.

Help us create more community forests across the country.

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