FSC certification ensures that products come from responsibly managed forests that provide environmental, social and economic benefits.
The FSC Principles and Criteria provide a foundation for all forest management standards globally, including the FSC US National Standard (v1.0) that guides forest management certification in the U.S.
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FSC sets standards for responsible forest management
Certifying Bodies assess forest management and chain of custody operations using the FSC standards.
FSC Chain-of-Custody certification traces the path of products from forests through the supply chain.
FSC Forest Management certification confirms that a specific area of forest is being managed in line with the FSC Principles and Criteria.
FSC Controlled Wood Program aims to avoid the use of wood products from unacceptable sources in FSC labeled products.
The Family Forests Program provides a variety of opportunities for landowners to realize the benefits of FSC certification.
All organizations need to be licensed or certified in order to use the FSC trademarks.