The Conservation Fund’s Working Forest Fund bought more than 32,000 acres of land near our Johnsonburg Mill to preserve forestland for years to come. Learn more about this project and why we celebrate conservation efforts like this.
Tom Howard, Domtar’s vice president of government relations, is a dedicated volunteer whose love of country and his fellow man drives him to give back. Learn about his projects and his advocacy on behalf of Domtar.
John O’Rourke and Lisa Shaffer of Domtar’s Johnsonburg Mill are working with Domtar’s EarthChoice Ambassadors and the Student Conservation Association to restore the Johnsonburg Community Center. Find out why.
Anne Springs Close, philanthropist, cares deeply about preserving land for future generations. Her family created the 2,100-acre Anne Springs Close Greenway in Fort Mill, South Carolina. Learn more about what motivates Close to promote outdoor recreation.
Domtar colleague Jim Bartimus, who works at our converting center in Owensboro, Kentucky, organized a donation drive that helped fill three tractor-trailers with supplies for Hurricane Harvey relief. Read on.
Domtar’s John Stephens makes Southern Bang BBQ Sauce to raise funds for Hope Connection International, which helps victims of domestic violence. He also serves on the Hope Connection board. Find out why he’s passionate about making a difference.
Bill Kinney Jr. is a historian in Bennettsville, South Carolina, who helped bring the paper mill that would become Domtar’s Marlboro Mill to the area. Learn about Kinney and his love for his town.
Venezuela, once the wealthiest country in Latin America, has experienced a devastating economic collapse, leaving citizens with limited access to basics like food and medicine. Domtar’s Felimar Figueroa founded Amie La Fondation Des Immigrants to help provide these items to Venezuelans.
After 9/11, Karen Calder searched for a way to better serve her community. Calder soon joined Classroom Central as its executive director, and she now makes a difference in the lives of students every day.
Ten years ago, Domtar’s Andrew Tremblay stared up Canada’s CN Tower, sizing up its 5,000 tons of steel and its 147 stories. Then he starting climbing the stairs. Learn why he’s participated in the CN Tower Climb for Nature every year since.