Part of the solution to climate change demands that we plant, and maintain, millions and millions of trees as fast as we can to sequester carbon. Ejido Verde, a pine resin company in Michoacan, Mexico, may have a viable path to accomplishing this. What’s more, the investors providing the capital to do it are not professional impact investors, but average people putting up $25 in no interest 12 year, patient capital slow money loans. What Ejido Verde has figured out is not only game changing, it’s replicable globally. And it is good for the people in the places where the trees are grown, creating transformative community wealth in some of the poorest places on the planet.