Good Earth Power Finalizes Agreement With The Campbell Group for 4-Fri contract
Good Earth Power (GEP) is proud to announce the appointment of The Campbell Group as the forest management company that will start GEP's Four Forest Restoration Initiative (4-FRI) stewardship contract in northern Arizona.
The Campbell Group will be responsible for managing forest restoration operations under the 4-FRI contract and will work with GEP to achieve the project's objectives. As one of the largest timber investment managers in the world with over three million acres under management, The Campbell Group brings decades of timberland management experience and industry knowledge.
"We are pleased to partner with Good Earth Power, the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) and 4-FRI stakeholders to restore these forests, and to execute the task orders that have been issued by the Forest Service," said John Gilleland, president and chairman of The Campbell Group.
Good Earth Power CEO Jason Rosamond announced the appointment of The Campbell Group at the Oct. 23 4-FRI stakeholders meeting in Flagstaff.
"We are delighted to have The Campbell Group on board with their impressive track record in forestry management," Rosamond said. "We look forward to leveraging their extensive expertise and in-depth industry knowledge to successfully fulfill all task orders and to meet the objectives of the 4-FRI."
About Good Earth Power
Good Earth Power is an international consortium with interests in the construction, energy, communications and land development sectors. The company's primary purpose is to leverage unique technologies to drive forward self-sustaining growth and economic prosperity in developing communities and nations through the provision of energy and infrastructure. More information is available by visiting www.goodearthpower.com.
About The Campbell Group
The Campbell Group, LLC is a vertically integrated, full-service timberland investment advisory firm founded in 1981 to acquire and manage timberland for investors. The firm is built on a foundation of providing quality service, focusing on client objectives, while emphasizing integrity. Thirty years ago, the firm began with five professionals, and now has over 300 employees across the United States and Australia. The Campbell Group manages 3.2 million acres in the U.S. and Australia, representing $6.1 billion in timberland assets and is one of the largest timber investment managers in the world. The firm has been recognized on numerous occasions over the past several years for providing our employees with a challenging and meaningful work environment, including being one of the top 100 best employers in Oregon and a family-supportive organization. More information is available by visiting www.campbellgroup.com.