Responsible Forestry Supports Rich History, Healthy Future for Indigenous Communities

By Andrew DeVries, June 18, 2013

We recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) to grow that relationship, encourage SFI Program Participants to seek certification under their Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) program and support a dual-logo process. This dual logo indicates that a company sources sustainably managed forest products, but also signals that they…


Clemson University Engages the Public and Students in Improved Wildlife Habitat Activities

By admin, December 2, 2010

Allison Welde is SFI Director, Conservation Partnerships and Communications, and identifies areas of potential collaboration with conservation groups and other SFI stakeholders. The Wildlife Habitat Improvement  Practices program at Clemson University, is one of nine projects awarded funding earlier this year as part of SFI’s Conservation and Community Grant Program.  The goal of the Clemson…


Brian Dumaine, SFI Conference Keynote Speaker

By Kathy, September 18, 2009

Brian Dumaine is going to be the keynote speaker at our conference this year in Nashville. He’s the global editor of FORTUNE magazine but also directs FORTUNE’s green technology and environmental policy stories. So we’re in for a thought-provoking talk. In fact, I heard Brian speak earlier this year at FORTUNE’s Brainstorm Green, where he…

SFI Widget Launched!

By Kathy, March 12, 2009

When we started this blog in October of last year, our hope was to develop a platform to hold discussions on important topics and bring together a community of people interested in the health of the world’s forests. Well, today we’re expanding on that platform with the SFI “Did you know?” Widget. It’s a portable…