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Sustainable Forestry Initiative, Inc Presents at 28th Annual Global Forest and Paper Industry Conference, May-06-2015 01:20 PM
Apr 23 15
Sustainable Forestry Initiative, Inc Presents at 28th Annual Global Forest and Paper Industry Conference, May-06-2015 01:20 PM. Venue: Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, 900 W. Georgia Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Speakers: Kathy Abusow, Chief Executive Officer and President.
The Sustainable Forestry Initiative Appoints Four New Board Members
Apr 20 15
The Sustainable Forestry Initiative Inc. announce that four leaders have been elected to the independent Board of Directors. Joining the board are Mary Klein, President and CEO, NatureServe; Guy Gleysteen, Senior VP, Time Inc.; Bettina Ring, State Forester, Virginia; and Steve Bullard, Dean, Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture, Stephen F. Austin State University. Mary Klein will serve on the SFI Board's environmental chamber. Guy will serve on the SFI Board's economic chamber. He is responsible for strategic sourcing and global production operations at Time Inc. Bettina will serve on the SFI Board's social chamber. She and her team are responsible for managing 24 state forests and supporting 373,600 private forest landowners who control the majority of the forestland across Virginia.
Habitat for Humanity Canada and Sustainable Forestry Initiative Partner for Sustainable Housing, Communities and Families
Sep 16 14
The Sustainable Forestry Initiative(R) Inc. and Habitat for Humanity Canada are going from being like-minded allies to official partners with the signing of a memorandum of mutual support at the SFI Annual conference in Montreal. To date, SFI sponsorship and SFI Program Participant volunteers have helped build homes in Halifax, Moncton, Montreal, Ottawa, Alderville, Oakville, Thunder Bay and Winnipeg. The mission of Habitat for Humanity is to provide affordable homeownership to low-income, working families across Canada. These efforts have included countless volunteer hours and certified building materials such as panel products, lumber and engineered wood products. Some projects have even tracked the wood used to build Habitat homes back to the forest where the wood was grown. This helps homeowners understand the link between their new home and sustainable forest management.
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