SUPPORTING CRITICAL FOREST ECOSYSTEMS
Improving longleaf forest ecosystems
Our sourcing from mapped longleaf pine forests enables longleaf forest ecosystem restoration and improvement of its biodiversity habitat. Recently, we entered into a five-year partnership with The Longleaf Alliance to implement Enviva’s longleaf forest restoration plan where our biomass removals will serve as a critical step in the longleaf restoration process.
Learn more about Enviva’s support of longleaf restoration
Articles and Presentations
- Biomass & Longleaf: Longleaf Restoration Sourcing in Lucedale Region. By Enviva, The Longleaf Alliance, Wildlife Mississippi, and Mississippi Forestry Association
- “Heartpine,” The Longleaf Leader, Summer 2020 (page 60).
By Ben Larson
- Collaboration Key to Expanding Longleaf Restoration in the Florida Panhandle
- Enviva’s Sourcing Supports the Restoration of Critical Habitat in Florida
- Enviva and The Longleaf Alliance Publish Partnership’s First Annual Report on Restoration Accomplishments Across the U.S. Southeast
- Enviva and The Longleaf Alliance Announce Partnership to Protect and Restore Longleaf Pine Forests
- Enviva Forest Conservation Fund Contributes to the Conservation of High- Quality Watershed and Longleaf Pine Ecosystem
Enviva Forest Restoration Plan
Enviva’s five-year plan to protect and restore longleaf forests is a partnership with The Longleaf Alliance and will support the goals of America’s Longleaf Restoration Initiative, an extensive collaboration to increase acreage of longleaf pine forests to 8 million acres across the Southeast U.S.
Landowners of longleaf pine
Charlie King, owner of Stone Mountain Farm, describes his efforts to restore longleaf pine on his family forest in North Carolina.
Jimmy Rogers, a Florida landowner, explains his family’s legacy of forest management and the future of longleaf pine on his land.