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Intro Section

The SFI program was conceived as part of the forest products industry’s strategic vision to balance society’s need for forest products with stewardship of trees, streams, wetlands, plants and animals that are part of the forested environments.

Today, SFI Inc. is an independent, non-profit organization responsible for maintaining, overseeing and improving a sustainable forestry certification program that is internationally recognized and is the largest single forest standard in the world.

The SFI Standard is based on principles and measures that promote sustainable forest management and consider all forest values. It includes unique fiber sourcing requirements to promote responsible forest management on all forest lands in North America.

SFI certification also extends to the market. When they see the SFI label on a product, consumers can be confident they are buying wood or paper from responsible sources – whether it is reams of paper, packaging or two-by-fours.

Through the SFI program, we can continue to reward investors, create jobs, and extend sound management throughout our nation’s forests for the benefit of generations to come.


SFI Standard Comments

SFI’s mission is to advance sustainability through forest-focused collaborations. As part of the collaborative process, SFI invites all interested parties to participate in the SFI Standard Revision process.  

The first draft of the new SFI Standards will be available for public comment on May 1, 2020. This will launch a 60-day public comment period that will be open through June 30th. This draft will include recommendations by the Standards Revision Task Groups, the SFI Resources Committee and the SFI Board of Directors based on comments SFI received during the first public comment period last year. You will receive a dedicated email about the launch of the public comment period on May 1st with the link to the online platform. Information will also be posted on our website.   

SFI originally planned to conduct regional workshops throughout the U.S. and Canada, but due to COVID-19 we canceled those in-person workshops. In order to present the major enhancements, as well as provide opportunity to comment on the proposed revisions and enhancements, SFI will conduct webinars focused on specific themes and requirements in the Standards. Below is the complete schedule and scope for the webinars.   

If you are unable to attend a webinar, you can still submit comments online and SFI will record all workshop webinars and make them available after the meetings. 

May 15, 2020: 1:00 – 4:00 EDT (10:00 – 1:00 PDT)

SFI will present this webinar in French with a focus on the major enhancements to the SFI Standards.

May 21, 2020: 1:00 – 3:00 EDT (10:00 – 12:00 PDT 

SFI identified the need to address climate change mitigation and adaptation in the SFI Standard through a new Objective. This webinar will focus on the new Objective, Performance Measures and Indicators.  

May 26, 2020: 1:00 – 4:00 EDT (10:00 – 1:00 PDT)

This webinar will focus on the enhancements to Objective 4 in the Forest Management Standard and Objective 1 in the Fiber Sourcing Standard related to the conservation of biological diversity. SFI will share enhancements related to forest conversion in the Forest Management Standard.    

May 28, 2020: 1:00 – 3:00 EDT (10:00 – 12:00 PDT)  

This webinar will focus on proposed enhancements to the SFI Chain of Custody Standard, labels and claims intended to provide greater clarity and consistency throughout the Standard. In addition, the webinar will review a proposed new definition for controversial sources.  

June 8, 2020: 1:00 – 4:00 EDT (10:00 – 1:00 PDT)    

This webinar will focus on receiving input on how SFI addresses Indigenous Peoples’ rights in the SFI Standard. Enhancements to the Standard were made to ensure meaningful relationship-building and rights recognition processes.  

June 9, 2020: 1:00 – 3:00 EDT (10:00 – 12:00 PDT)

Urban and community forests are a significant resource in North America and are likely to continue to increase in significance based upon demographic, economic, and environmental trends. This webinar will explore the potential value of collaborating to develop a customized urban forest certification standard. 

June 25, 2020: 1:00 – 3:00 EDT (10:00 – 12:00 PDT) 

This webinar will recap all discussions and conversations from the previous webinars and allow anyone to comment on other parts of the SFI Standards revision that may not have been discussed. 

Kentucky SIC

The Kentucky SFI Implementation Committee (KY SIC) works with local groups and agencies to provide leadership and share best practices to improve forest management on both certified and uncertified lands in the commonwealth. The KY SIC makes important contributions in assuring SFI Standard conformance and SFI program recognition.

 What does the KY SIC Do?

  •  Provides information and answers questions about local forestry operations and participates in community outreach. 
  • Promotes the use of best management practices, certified & trained logging professionals and qualified resource professionals to landowners across the state and plays a vital role in landowner outreach. 
  • Establishes protocols for addressing inconsistent practices in forest management.
  • Serves as a hub of informational resources to help increase the amount of SFI certified forest in Kentucky and recruit participants.
  • Promote and disseminate forestry research and the provision of accessible forest management statistics.

The KY SIC is funded by participant companies/organization via dues or in-kind services (link to members list). KFIA oversees and directs the SFI program in Kentucky according to published by-laws. For more information on the SFI program and how you can participate, contact

KY SIC Members

Supporting Members
Domtar Paper Company, LLC., Hawesville, KY
Domtar Paper Co. LLC, Kingsport, TN
Evergreen Packaging Inc., Pioneer, TN
Georgia-Pacific LLC, Knoxville, TN
Molpus Woodlands Group LLC, Bay Minette, AL
Pixelle Specialty Solutions, Chilicothe, OH

Participating Members 
Kentucky Division of Forestry, Frankfort, KY
UK Department of Forestry, Lexington, KY 


News Section

Upcoming Event:

Continued Education on a Silver Platter: The KY SIC supported the development of a continuing education video about Invasive Species presented by the North Carolina Forestry Assn.  You can gain KY Master Logger (2 credit hours) and SAF CEC credits (in process of being approved) for watching this video and returning the questionnaire with proper form to those organizations.  Please contact KFIA should you want a copy so you can obtain CECs in the comfort of your lounge chair! Or download this link for your convenience -Invasive Species Questionaire

Outreach to General Public:
The KY SIC and KY Tree Farm Committee jointly redesigned the table top display used for all outreach efforts.  I am proud to say it is a simple but yet beautiful display housed at the KFIA office available to all upon request.  Check it out the next time you are in Frankfort and put it on the road.

Support : The KY SIC sponsored 25 Foresters to receive Cooperating Forester Training at the Center for Forest and Wood Certification

SFI Activities: 
·   Sponsored outreach activities such as the Forestry Field Days, UK Forest Industry Tour and the Woodland Owners Short Courses.
·  Published and advertisement targeting landowners to manage their forest in the Kentucky Woodlands Magazine, Log Truck Advertising. 
·  Kentucky Proud Magazine

Forest Management Documents
Forest Landowner Outreach BrochureOne page brochure lists all the elements a forest landowner should consider as a duty to owning land and services available to accomplish forest managment objectives1.70 MBDownload
Forest Certification Center Update 52.43 KBDownload
Forest & Wildlife ManagementArticle about the interdependent relationship between forest & wildlife management. It takes one to have the other.4.27 MBDownload