Worth the Effort

We're all living on this planet together and want to protect its resources for future generations, but exactly how to go about doing that is still up for debate. At Rosboro, we do our part by adhering to as many of the regional, national, and international standards for sustainability as possible.

Understanding that no one system is perfect, we have embraced a variety of different guidelines, established by recognized experts, to better our chances at making a significant and lasting impact on environmental health while still providing the quality wood products our customers have come to expect. Compliance with so many stringent codes isn't easy, but we believe it is well worth it and are confident our customers, and the local wildlife, appreciate the effort.

For more information on Rosboro's environmental practices, please contact us.

Certifications and Memberships

Our Committment to Quality


The Sustainable Forestry Initiative

Sustainable Forestry InitiativeRosboro is proud to be a voluntary participant of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI), an internationally respected independent third party verification program that monitors harvesting and forestry practices as they relate to the protection of water quality, wildlife, and soil productivity. As an SFI participant, Rosboro follows strict environmental guidelines designed to promote a sustainable forest environment.

These SFI practices include prompt reforestation, prudent chemical use, preservation of special sites, and enhancements to the biodiversity of wildlife habitats. Rosboro also educates the public on sustainable forestry practices, water-quality protection, wood-use improvements, and minimizing the visual impact of tree harvesting.

Recent Awards

2009 City of Springfield Environmental Leadership Award

Associations and Certifications

American Wood Council (AWC)
National American Wholesale Lumber Associates (NAWLA)
Western Wood Preservers Institute (WWPI)
The Engineered Wood Association (APA-EWS)
Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI)
American Tree Farm System
Oregon Forest Industries Council (OFIC)
Western Wood Products Association (WWPA)
West Coast Lumber Inspection Bureau (WCLIB)
California Air Resources Board (CARB) (panels, glulam)