The SFI Urban and Community Forest Sustainability Standard for application in North America and potentially globally is being developed collaboratively with five urban forestry leaders.
Randy Moore, Chief of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service, discusses partnering with SFI on climate change, wildfire risk, and sustaining healthy, resilient landscapes for generations to come.
SFI has developed new standards to support SFI’s leadership in offering solutions to some of the world’s most pressing sustainability challenges.
SFI is committed to building and promoting forest-focused collaborations rooted in recognition and respect for Indigenous Peoples’ rights and traditional knowledge.
Learn more about SFI’s core conservation results, achieved over the past ten years, and founded on over 25 years of leadership in sustainable forest management.
Learn how SFI is mobilizing its network and leveraging climate smart forestry practices to combat climate change.
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“SFI is such a diverse group of people who are really committed to sustainable forestry. The enthusiasm, the commitment, is really astounding.”
Former Chief, U.S. Forest Service