The Future Forest Company

Our mission is to reverse climate change by pioneering a commercially scalable and profitable model for reforesting and restoring degraded land. These future forests will be managed using methods from agroforestry, sequestering large amounts of CO2 whilst also providing multiple revenue streams: carbon offsets, commercial tree sponsorship products and sustainable forest-grown products. Profitable forests mean that we can scale up, buy more land and plant millions of trees, and operate at a size which significantly impacts the health of our planet.

The Future Forest Company Remote (UK)
Jul 02, 2020
Full Time
About the role As Content & Community Manager at The Future Forest Company, you will be responsible for putting together a content and social media plan, creating content of all kinds - whether that’s images, videos, podcasts, blogs etc - and building our community. The sky's the limit with this role - there is enormous potential for the kinds of creative content we can produce at The Future Forest Company. We need to educate people on a massive scale about climate change, and spread the word on what we’re doing. Who we’re looking for We’re looking for someone with 3+ years of experience in a content focused role. Having an interest and ideally background in climate change, reforestation, agroecology, or ecology is a massive plus. We need someone super creative and resourceful who can simply get things done. We’re a small team with a huge mission, so you’ll need to be happy to work independently and manage your own time. You will have the following...
The Future Forest Company Dalry, Scotland, UK
Jul 02, 2020
Full Time
About the role As Agroforestry Lead at The Future Forest Company, you will be responsible for running one of our new forests. This involves setting up a rotational grazing system with our pigs, feeding and looking after the pigs and other livestock, ensuring all of our fencing is secure, planting new trees, maintaining and replanting older ones, and assisting with the production of our forest-grown products: birch syrup, pork and smoking wood.  Who we’re looking for We’re looking for someone with 3+ years of experience in managing livestock; direct agroforestry experience is ideal but not essential as there will be plenty of room for learning by doing. We need someone very practical who can come in and run one of our new forests. You will need to be comfortable with looking after livestock (we have pigs and may bring in poultry in the future), and will eventually be running a small team on site. You need to be comfortable working independently and managing...