Domtar

Domtar

Domtar is a leading sustainable paper company. In the Fall of 2012 SCA announced a new international partnership with Domtar Corporation, in support of SCA urban initiatives for Youth in more than 20 major cities. Domtar teams up with the SCA on employee service projects just outside Montreal and in the US.  “Domtar has a long tradition of being committed to enhancing the livelihoods of the communities in which we operate,”states Domtar President Chief Executive Officer John D. Williams. “These hands-on Projects provide an additional opportunity to express our ‘caring’ value, improve places where our employees work and live, and support young SCA conservationists.”

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News, Stories & Projects

On August 23rd, SCA teamed up with national supporter Domtar Paper to refurbish a community skating rink and playground in Nekoosa, Wisconsin.

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NEKOOSA – City youths will have a nicer place to play after Domtar employees joined forces with the Student Conservation Association to improve the skating rink’s warming house and nearby playground.

Domtar has been supporting the SCA since 2012, said Heather Stowe, Domtar’s sustainability manager. In return for Domtar’s support, SCA members help with company projects.

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With winter finally winding down (go team spring!), what better time to announce the winners to the “I

THE WINNERS

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Alaska Community Crew Members

Working outdoors was an easy sell for Zimmerman, but she says being a part of the Student Conservation Association has pushed her to do more, like being a leader and taking on responsibility.

“I kind of feel like I’ve gone from being a younger girl to being a lady,” says Zimmerman. “It’s amazing what I’m learning from these people and it makes me think, ‘Man, when I’m their age I want to be able to have done the things they’ve done.’ So I’m super excited to see where my career is going to go within the next few years…”

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Pittsburgh Community Crew Student at Work

Curtis Love had some serious questions earlier this month as he stood in the parking lot of the Hazelwood Carnegie Library branch, located above a laundromat and across from more than a handful of vacant and graffiti-tagged storefronts.

“Will there be grizzly bears? What about wolves?”

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