Hudson Farm Improved Forest

United States

About the project

Covering over 3,600 acres in northern New Jersey, Hudson Farms is one of the largest working forests in the state. 

At a glance

  • 3,600 acres of forest protected
  • 52,000 Metric tons of CO2 captured per year

Project Benefits

  • Protects the Hudson Farms forest which is a natural carbon sink. 
  • Helps biodiversity to thrive by preserving local habitats. 


Carbon offset

2245264 kg


Project Benefits

Sustainable Cities and Communities. There needs to be a future in which cities provide opportunities for all, for access to basic services, energy, transportation and more.
Climate Action. Climate change is a global challenge that affects everyone, everywhere.
Life on Land. Sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, halt and reverse land degradation, halt biodiversity loss.

How it works

  • Project developer funds the protection and maintenance of the Hudson Farms forest, a natural source of carbon sequestration. 
  • The protection of these habitats also ensures that local wildlife can thrive, and biodiversity is protected. 
  • Funds also go towards creating community programs for education on forest preservation. 

Proof of Carbon Accounting

To ensure transparency, Green Story Carbon Registry tracks issuance and retirement of carbon credits for all projects on the Green Story offset platform.