The Exchange’s unique approach helps landowners develop projects with habitat outcomes that offer new revenue opportunities, work with maximum efficiency, demonstrate clear value over time, and provide multiple co-benefits.
earn revenue by creating habitat
Through the Exchange, landowners create beneficial, quantified habitat improvements which can be sold to a wide range of investors. The initial habitat assessment allows for easy comparison between restoration scenarios, which ultimately allows landowners to plan projects that will create the most value.
Greater flexibility, greater efficiency
The Exchange bases management plans on outcomes. Rather than simply prescribing practices, this approach to conservation planning offers flexibility for landowners to achieve their conservation goals in a way that is most efficient and cost-effective for their bottom line.
Know your project’s value at any time
Landowners can apply the Habitat Quantification Tool at any time during the duration of the project to show investors exactly how much habitat value is being achieved over time. This creates more certainty for both landowners and investors, ultimately making projects more attractive to funders.
Enjoy multiple co-benefits of conservation
By developing habitat conservation or restoration projects, landowners can benefit from increased crop pollination, carbon sequestration, abundance of game species, improved water quality, and a variety of other ecosystem benefits.