Every day International Paper (IP) along with their longtime partner National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), take strides toward enhancing wildlife's precious habitats by supporting on-the-ground partners that help landowners manage their forests sustainably.
By knowing the exact location of the direct fiber we purchase, we ensure not only that our fiber is derived from sustainably managed forests, but also that it is delivered to the most cost-effective facility location.
The sustainability of forests is not only integral to our business model, but also essential to the planet’s ecosystems and climate health. It’s no wonder, then, that we are steadfast in our commitment to global forest stewardship as a key to building a better future.
To mark World Migratory Bird Day, International Paper (IP) and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) are celebrating how sustainable forestry provides critical habitat for birds and at the same time, delivers a sustainable, renewable source of fiber for paper products.
International Paper and The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) announced the renewal of their Forestland Stewards Partnership for another five-year period, where IP is committing $10 million for wildlife and working forest conservation.
International Paper has worked alongside the American Bird Conservancy (ABC) since 2020 to develop bird-focused management recommendations for private forest landowners, including special practices landowners can employ to ensure habitat is maintained for recovery of at-risk bird species specifically the Swallow-tailed Kite.