Sustainable Forestry Initiative introduces new standards

by Mike

via Tom Haxby, Michigan State Forest certified to SFI – near Kalkaska, Michigan

Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI), the organization that certifies forests covering more than a quarter billion acres/100 million hectares stretching from Canada's boreal forest to the U.S. South, has announced its new Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI) 2015-2019 Standards and Rules.

The new standards incorporate the latest scientific information, input gathered from 12 public workshops held across the United States and Canada, and comments solicited from approximately 10,000 stakeholders.

For more information, please visit SFIprogram.org.

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