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.


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.

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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.

The Longleaf Alliance Landowner Spotlight Series – North Carolina Sandhills Edition
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