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Who are we?
Sappi Fine Paper North America's (SFPNA) Sustainable Forestry Program is a team of highly trained forest professionals, including licensed foresters, dedicated to assisting woodlot owners in the State of Maine develop and manage their woodlots for the future.

What do we do?
Our SFPNA Sustainable Forestry Program's team of foresters, wildlife biologist and other professionals are here to help you, the landowner, reach your objectives for your woodlot. Our program offers a variety of services that can help you:
  • Develop a forest management plan
  • Determine the value of your woodlot and conduct timber harvests that plan for the future while maximizing your return
  • Assist with wildlife management and aesthetics

We have an extensive network of environmental and marketing resources to help you reach your goals.

We wish to take this opportunity to thank you for all your assistance in making our recent woods operation a great success.  You were instrumental in finding a contractor well suited to our needs and did a great job marking trees and areas for harvest always keeping our long term woods management plan in mind.  Without you and all the great people at Sappi the project would have easily overwhelmed us and would have taken far longer to accomplish.  Our dealing with you and all the Sappi foresters have always been fair and honest.  We truly believe that you do a wonderful job for the land owner and have their best interests at heart.  The supervision you provided during the operation was excellent.  You always kept us well informed about the progress of the project.

The accounting and payment services provided by Sappi are outstanding.  Payments were timely and accurate.  Our forest products were marketed to bring us best value again thanks to you and the Sappi organization.

We are happy to recommend you and the Sappi team to any land owner looking for a quality woods operation.  We look forward to working with you and Sappi on future wood harvest projects.

Ron and Sandy Kostron