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                      We're proud to be a company that uses a remarkable, renewable resource — trees — to make useful products to improve lives. We know that by managing our forests sustainably, future generations will also be able to depend on trees to meet their needs. 

                      Our commitment to environmental stewardship extends past our forests to the efficient and responsible manufacturing of our products. In addition to our forests, we ensure our company and the communities where we operate continue to thrive. 


                      We create nearly 70 percent of our energy from renewable biomass and are focused on reducing our use of fossil fuels and purchased electricity. We also provide renewable energy production on our timberlands. 

                      Climate Change

                      We continue to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions, provide carbon-neutral biomass and store millions of tons of carbon in our wood products.


                      We've steadily reduced our air emissions over the past few decades and continually work on additional reductions. Our forests also happen to provide clean air (and great vistas). 

                      Residuals & Waste

                      Waste is not a word we use often. We find beneficial uses for our residuals and aim to reduce any waste we do produce.  


                      Our forests store and filter stormwater, providing clean water for all things relying on a steady and clean water source. 


                      We regularly assess our chemical risk, reduce or eliminate chemicals in our operations and products, and seek less-hazardous substitutes.