A group of volunteers have made a charter for a $35 million wood project in North Carolina.
The project is set to be completed in just 16 hours.
The wood was salvaged from the North Carolina River, and it is being treated as a heritage resource.
The group is asking for $2,500 for the charter and the $100 donation.
The charter was created by Wood Foundation of New York and has been approved by the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation.
They say it’s the first project in the state that allows volunteers to get involved and make a difference.
Wood Foundation said it plans to give $1,500 to a local nonprofit organization that works to protect native forests.
The Wood Foundation says it’s also offering a $10,000 grant to the Wood Foundation’s Wood and Paper Project to help fund the charter.
The organization also has a website that gives a detailed breakdown of the project and how it was organized.
The goal of the Wood and Papers Project is to save the North American forest by saving it from degradation.
The first wood project to be approved by DEECC was the $1 million Wood Foundation Conservation Restoration project, which was funded by the Wood Fund and was completed in 2015.
It was funded in part by a $1.5 million federal grant.
The state is considering another $500,000 in federal funds to support the Wood foundation conservation project.