Can a bike ride raise awareness of green jobs in Canada? Zac Wagman of Project Learning Tree Canada hopes so. Take a look at his visit with silviculture summer students from our Dryden Mill.
Now in its 63rd year, Domtar’s Conservation Camp teaches Dryden High School students about the benefits of resource management, conservation and environmental sustainability. Learn more about this year’s camp in Dryden, Ontario.
For Wilson’s Business Solutions, quality and sustainability are critical to business success. That’s why the company selected Domtar as its supplier and as a partner in making Dryden, Ontario, a better place to live and work.
As part of our ongoing partnership with the Student Conservation Association, Domtar colleagues helped the SCA clean up parks in two of the communities in which we live and work. Find out more.
Domtar is one of the world’s largest producers of wood pulp, which is used to create pulp, paper, personal care items, specialty papers and other everyday products. Learn more about this part of our business.
Our Dryden pulp mill in Dryden, Ontario, has produced kraft pulp since 1913. It also gives back to the Dryden community. Learn more about what the Dryden Mill does and how it contributes to its community.
Domtar’s Sustainable Forestry Principles help guide our relationships with the people who live in the forests where we work. We maintain collaborative relationships with aboriginal communities, and we encourage suppliers to do the same.
Local high school students learned about responsible forest resource management, and they gained an overview of important sustainability concepts. But perhaps most important is the camp’s influence on future leaders.