In January of 2012 Forest Unlimited planted redwoods at the Graton Community Services Wastewater Treatment Plant. These trees will be watered with nutrient-laden water from the plant and will grow faster than normal. These trees will eventually be sustainably harvested to offset trees harvested elsewhere but used by Graton residents. Sales of the logs will also provide income to the district and turn wastewater into an asset. This reduces the pressure on natural forests while still provided needed lumber.