The NC SIC wants to hear from you if you see for­est man­age­ment activ­i­ty that is incon­sis­tent with the SFI stan­dards , par­tic­u­lar­ly as it relates to water qual­i­ty and oth­er best man­age­ment practices.

All phone calls are inves­ti­gat­ed in the strictest con­fi­dence by the program’s third-par­ty mon­i­tor. The mon­i­tor is not an enforce­ment agency nor does the mon­i­tor have the author­i­ty to medi­ate a complaint. 

The NC SFI SIC main­tains an Incon­sis­tent Prac­tices Mon­i­tor pro­gram. A toll-free num­ber is pro­vid­ed for the pub­lic to report forestry prac­tices that are per­ceived to be incon­sis­tent with SFI pro­gram goals. You can also report an incon­sis­tent prac­tice via the con­tact form below.

NC SFI SIC’s Incon­sis­tent Prac­tices Mon­i­tor toll free num­ber (877) 2716531.

Report Incon­sis­tent Practices

What Does SFI Mean to Me?

“To me, Sustainable Forestry means trees today, trees tomorrow, trees forever.  The SFI standard provides us forest managers with a framework, guiding principles so that we can implement forest management policies and techniques to insure that mantra becomes a reality.”

Cierra Ward

District Manager for Resource Management Service, LLC

“To me, SFI means many individuals of diverse backgrounds and ideas coming together for the good of sustaining one of our most valuable resources on the planet. It also means a concerted effort to educate those that do not understand how active and even intense forest management so greatly benefits not only the forest, but the entire ecosystem.”

Charles Daniels

Raw Materials Procurement for Domtar Paper Co. LLC