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Health care-forest initiative aims to preserve family tree farms

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Monday, August 26, 2013

The Forest Health Human Health initiative would link land owners with carbon offset buyers, generating annual income that would be deposited in a health care account over 20 years.

[Studies show] that 50 percent of landowners and their offspring had high-deductible insurance coverage; that 30 percent of landowners and more than 35 percent of offspring are likely underinsured; and 45 percent of offspring believe it is likely they will have to accelerate the sale of timber from the family forests to pay for health care in the future.

 

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