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A Green Energy Project that Works Like Your Stomach?

Posted by AFPA | September 6, 2016

Yes, the title is true. Slave Lake Pulp has a power generation project that uses a similar process to digestion ...

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Vanderwell and Rona Plant 1 Million Trees

Posted by AFPA | August 8, 2016

Albertans love their homegrown products. When a major restaurant chain made a corporate decision that would see no Alberta beef ...

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Alberta’s Forests: A Renewable Story

Posted by AFPA | July 21, 2016

Want to learn more about how we manage our forests? Check out Alberta's Forests: A Renewable Story.

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Northern Notes

Posted by AFPA | July 21, 2016

Check out the latest edition of Northern Notes to learn about exciting things that the Northern Forestry Centre is doing.

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Posted by AFPA | July 8, 2016

Learn more about 6 of the most debated land management values in the boreal forest. pairs expert interviews with footage ...

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Caribou Research

Posted by AFPA | June 7, 2016

Caribou are an iconic species on Alberta's landscape. Forest companies support research that helps us understand this unique species. Learn ...

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AFPA Hosts Korean Forest Research Experts

Posted by AFPA | June 3, 2016

The AFPA’s Lumber Grade Bureau recently hosted experts from the Korean Forest Research Institute. Dr. Kim and Dr. Shim attended ...

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The State of Canada’s Forests

Posted by AFPA | June 1, 2016

If Canada's forests were a country, they would be the 7th largest country in the world. Learn more about our ...

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Celebrating Edmonton’s Wood Architecture

Posted by AFPA | May 18, 2016

By using wood, the City of Edmonton saved enough energy to power a home for power a home for 957 ...

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Alberta Forest Products Association

AFPA is a non-profit association that represents Alberta’s forest industry. We support our members in reaching new heights of sustainability, safety, efficiency and innovation, and we give Albertans opportunities to learn about our forests and the forest industry.

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Work Wild is here to help people who are looking for a career they’ll love – whether you’re a high school student evaluating career options for the first time, or looking to make a change in your career.

If you’d like more information about employment opportunities in the forest industry, you can find job profiles, current job postings, scholarships and more here.


96% of Alberta’s managed forests (where forest companies operate) are independently certified for sustainability.

Learn more about the forest industry's sustainable forest management practices.

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