Hear from Domtar Private Landowners on PBS’ This American Land

Learn why people are passionate about preserving healthy forests for generations to come.
Sep 20, 2016 5:30 PM ET

People are at the room of healthy forests. Domtar’s sustainable forestry work is featured in an upcoming episode of the PBS series This American Land, the leading conservation news program that reports on critical issues affecting America’s natural landscapes, waters and wildlife. This compelling clip is a testament to the work that Domtar and its partners are doing to maintain the integrity of America’s forests.

You’ll hear from small landowners in Arkansas – the “wood basket of the world” – who are passionate about maintaining their forests as a legacy for future generations. In the words of one sustainable tree farmer, “My first memory of being in the forest is when we would come to visit my grandmother. The honor and respect that I have for the forest – this is something that my family has done for generations.”

Domtar Corporation (NYSE: UFS) (TSX: UFS) designs, manufactures, markets and distributes a wide variety of fiber-based products, including communication papers, specialty and packaging papers, and absorbent hygiene products. The foundation of our business is a network of world-class wood fiber-converting assets that produce papergrade, fluff and specialty pulp. The majority of our pulp production is consumed internally to manufacture paper and consumer products. Domtar is the largest integrated marketer and manufacturer of uncoated freesheet paper in North America with recognized brands such as Cougar®, Lynx® Opaque Ultra, Husky® Opaque Offset, First Choice®, EarthChoice® and Xerox® Paper and Specialty Media. Domtar is also a marketer and producer of a broad line of absorbent hygiene products marketed primarily under the Attends®, IncoPack® and Indasec® brand names. In 2014, Domtar had sales of $5.6 billion from some 50 countries. The Company employs approximately 9,800 people. To receive bite-size updates on Domtar’s sustainability efforts, along with practical eco-tips you can actually use, subscribe to the EarthChoice Monthly Minute newsletter.