Over the past century, the white, red and other long-lived pine species that once dominated the northern forests have been rapidly deteriorating, often replaced by short-rotation trees like aspen and balsam fir. But with the right modern forestry practices, we’re confident that we can restore our unique native forests in the long run.

Let’s take a look at some of the milestones we’ve accomplished as of late (while also keeping in mind that we still have a long way to go—which is exactly why we need your continued support