Boise Paper is #FORESTPROUD

September 05, 2019

Are you #forestproud? Boise Paper is, and proud of it. #forestproud is powered by the North American Forest Partnership, a community of diverse, passionate and innovative forest stewards. As a company that produces Paper with Purpose™ right here in the USA, Boise Paper is honored to be a part of #forestproud. We recognize the importance of North American forests and are committed to making choices that keep them strong and healthy.

What Forests Do For You

#forestproud is a diverse community of forest stewards responsible for shaping the future of North America’s forests. It includes hikers, hunters, land owners, family businesses, conservation and recreation organizations, universities, government agencies – and yes, paper manufacturers. As a community, we are committed to the responsible management of our forests so that we can continue to benefit from all that our forests have to offer.

Just think about how forest touch every aspect of your life. From the air you breathe, and the clean water you drink, to the products we rely on everyday – like paper! We all benefit for forests every day and we all have a reason to be #forestproud.

Why Boise Paper Supports #forestproud

Using forest products helps maintain and grow forests. With less demand for wood-based products, forest landowners can face economic pressure to convert their forested land to other uses, like parking lots and shopping centers. Healthy markets for forest products ensure forests continue to grow to meet demand for today and tomorrow. As a producer of American-made forest products, Boise Paper is #forestproud because we are committed to making choices that keep forests as forests. Our renewable, recyclable, and biodegradable paper not only provides sustainable alternatives to other materials, but it helps us plant more trees and keep our forests healthy.

Forests Need Your Support

Everyone has a reason to be #forestproud. Here’s how you can get involved:

  • Choose to be #forestproud: Every day – whether we know it or not – we all make choices that impact the future of our forests. Choose to use paper and other forest products that provide alternatives to non-renewable materials. Choose to reduce waste by using forest products that can be recycled and reused. Choose to protect clean air and clean water, by embracing the value of forests and forest products. Choose to be #forestproud. Learn more: http://forestproud.org/
  • Join Boise Paper in being #forestproud: We know how important our forests are. We are committed to being responsible stewards of our forests and making choices that keep them healthy and strong. Join us: http://forestproud.org/join-us/.

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