The Industrial Forest Announces Oklahoma, Teams with #FossilFuelFridays
The Industrial Forest has announced Oklahoma as one of the five states that will be building sustainable forests in 2021. The Crude Life host Jason Spiess appeared on #FossilFuelFridays to make the official announcement on for the state.
#FossilFuelFridays is a weekly webisode hosted by Ken Lavin, Winter Mud and Matthew Hill, Knight Energy Services and are based out of Oklahoma City.
The Industrial Forest is a network of environmentally minded and socially conscious businesses that are using industrial innovations to build a network of sustainable forests across the United States.
The trees are planted by the local communities and sponsored by companies looking to make transformative action and show industrial integrity.
Sustainability Sheds and a Critical Pipeline System are constructed to ensure the trees survive and consume carbon for decades.
The Industrial Forest will build a layered forest in all 50 states over the next five years. Through the support and innovations of industry, The Industrial Forest will unite companies and plant 1000 trees in 50 states for the goal of 50,000 trees.
To learn more about The Industrial Forest, visit www.theindustrialforest.com