Paper should come from local, responsibly managed forests
Buying Finch paper is like buying produce at the farmer’s market. There’s no mystery where it came from, how it was made, who did the work, or how the environment was affected.
None of the wood or pulp used to make Finch Paper comes from endangered or threatened forests. In fact, we make more than 75% of our pulp on our own premises, using wood from the forests that we manage, or wood purchased from other responsible landowners. We have a stringent chain-of-custody program in place to track the source of our wood and ensure that it comes from responsibly managed North American forests rather than from endangered forests thousands of miles away. We believe that knowing first-hand where your paper fiber comes from is a good first step in reducing your environmental impact.