Providing experiences in wilderness zones, forest service land, and BLM land, all while taking responsibility for offsetting our carbon emissions.
Pulselines offerings span from wilderness trips to heli skiing within the Forest Service boundaries. We’re a company that enjoys sharing wild, remote places with our guests, whether it’s self propelled touring in Antarctica or heli skiing in the depths of Alaska. We offer a wide range of adventures, all while maintaining a deep respect for the environment.
Pulseline has recently teamed up with TerraPass, a carbon offset organization to help us offset our emissions and invest into green projects. Some of TerraPasses projects in 2023 include;
- Columbia River forestry project. Carbon credit revenues from the project will be used to establish a Forest Carbon Fund and for organizational support and additional stewardship. The Forest Carbon Fund will be dedicated to investing in forestland for carbon sequestration, climate resiliency, and other ecological benefits. The conservation area includes 7.8 miles of Klickitat River frontage and the river boasts one of the strongest wild steelhead runs as well as one of the only remaining bull trout runs in the lower Columbia River system. Learn more about this project here
- The Cordillera Azul National Park REDD+ Project avoids deforestation in a magnificent expanse of lowland and montane forests in four departments in central Peru: San Martín, Ucayali, Huánuco, and Loreto. Learn more about this project here.
- A landfill gas capture project in Ohio. This project reduces over 1 million metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions per year by preventing the release of used HFCs to the atmosphere where it is significantly more damaging to the environment than an equal measure of CO2. The project does this by recovering, reclaiming and repurposing used HFCs from refrigeration and air conditioning equipment. Learn more about this project here.
- Elk forest improved management project - reducing logging in Kentucky. Located on approximately 14,230 acres of mixed hardwood forests in southeastern Kentucky, this project reduces over 19,000 mT of carbon dioxide annually by increasing the storage of CO2 in the forest. Learn more about this project here.
You can find more about Terrpass and their current projects at https://terrapass.com