About Weyerhaeuser

Weyerhaeuser logs more old growth forests than any other company in North America, turning these ancient ecosystems into two-by-fours, newsprint and copy paper. Even as leading businesses like Home Depot, Kinko's, Nike and more than 400 others pledge to avoid products from endangered forests, Weyerhaeuser—the third largest logger in the world—continues to cut-and-run it's way across the continent, leaving a wake of barren clearcuts and abandoned communities its path.

Weyerhaeuser is truly a global giant with timber operations or offices in 44 states, Canada and 18 other nations. In North America, Weyerhaeuser is one of the top distributors of wood products. Weyerhaeuser owns over seven million acres of land in the U.S. , and owns or holds logging rights to more than 35 million acres of land in Canada . Weyerhaeuser also imports timber products from endangered rainforest hotspots in Malaysia, Chile, and Brazil .

Case Studies

  1. Pacific Northwest
  2. The Canadian Boreal
  3. Genetically Engineered Trees