Introducing NCX Rewards
Zack Parisa
Zack Parisa
29 January, 2024 min read

With the launch of NCX Rewards, it’s easier than ever for landowners to earn their first dollars in the nature-positive economy.  Any landowner who signs a qualifying contract with a program partner through NCX is eligible for a signing bonus of up to $500.  

NCX Rewards is a pilot program that runs through Dec 31, 2024.  Our aim is for the signing bonuses to help defray the cost of obtaining program implementation assistance from trusted advisors like foresters, agronomists, and legal experts.  

NCX Rewards is also a way for us to say “thank you” to landowners like you who make our work possible.  Program partners pay NCX when they connect with landowners through the NCX platform.  These payments enable NCX to continue to offer free and low cost services to landowners, foresters, and agronomists.

You can read the NCX Rewards terms and conditions here.  The short version is that you must initiate contact with the “Request Call” function on, you must not have previously been in contact with the Program Partner, you must provide proof of a signed contract, and not all programs qualify.

NCX’s mission is to accelerate the transition to a nature-positive economy.  NCX stands for “Natural Capital Exchange” and our work is focused on matching landowners like you with natural capital programs that align with your goals and interests.  

When you use NCX to discover, engage, and transact with program partners, you’ll earn rewards and we’ll be able to continue to offer new programs, tools, and support for landowners like you.  Get started today by creating a free account at

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about the author

Zack Parisa

Zack Parisa

Co-Founder and CEO
Zack Parisa is the co-founder and CEO of NCX. Over the last decade, he has developed and pioneered precision forestry tools that are revolutionizing the way that forests can be measured, valued, and managed. Using satellites, cloud computing, and machine learning, NCX worked with Microsoft to create “Basemap,” the first high-resolution forest inventory of the United States. It is now using this data to build new markets for forest values beyond timber, such as carbon, wildlife habitat, and fire risk. Zack is a forester and biometrician by training. He earned an MFS from Yale University, and a BS in forestry from Mississippi State University.