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Our Commitment to Resilience

Posted by AFPA | July 25, 2023

Alberta’s forest sector understands the threat and impacts of wildfire better than most. Some groups would have you believe the young forests that grow after a sustainable harvest are driving wildfire risk in the province. We’re here to set the record straight.

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What Habitat Do I Prefer? Contest Rules

Posted by AFPA | April 3, 2023

HOW TO PLAY: To be entered, entrants must comment on the What Habitat Do I Prefer? photos posted on Alberta Forests ...

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Municipalities and Industry Join Together in Rail Advocacy Initiative

Posted by AFPA | January 26, 2023

The Community Rail Advocacy Alliance (CRAA) brings together 20 unique voices across municipalities, industry representatives from agriculture and forestry, and regional economic advocacy groups to advocate for better rail service across Alberta and Western Canada.

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AFPA Welcomes Tolko Industries Ltd. to the Association

Posted by Aspen | July 12, 2022

The Alberta Forest Products Association (AFPA) announced that Tolko Industries Ltd. has officially joined the Association.

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Alberta Forestry: a Pillar of the Provincial Economy

Posted by AFPA | June 27, 2022

A new economic report released by the Alberta Forest Products Association (AFPA) shows that Alberta’s forest sector contributes to and facilitates significant economic activity and employment opportunities in every region of the province.

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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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