Green Masters Program

The Green Masters Program recognizes Wisconsin businesses and institutions that are committed to sustainability. The program also provides informed resources between businesses and sustainability initiatives, enabling better decisions that lead to reduced environmental impact, cost reductions and social benefits.

Green Bay Packaging Inc. is a pilot company and sponsor of the Green Masters Program, and has been recognized five years in a row as a Green Master at the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council Annual Conference. Learn More.

Trees for Tomorrow

For more than 25 years, Green Bay Packaging Inc. has supported Trees for Tomorrow, donating funds for teachers and students to attend natural resource specialty classes on conservation values, forests, and contemporary resource management practices of the paper industry.

Trees for the Future (TFTF)

In 1980, Green Bay Packaging Inc. initiated the Trees for the Future (TFTF) program to protect and enhance the natural life cycle of forest lands. The TFTF is active with private landowners to sustainably manage forest lands, working with the American Tree Farm System, and promoting and encouraging membership with the Arkansas Forestry Association.

American Forest and Paper Association (AFPA)

Green Bay Packaging Inc. is a member of the AFPA, which is the national trade association of the forest products industry. The organization promotes sustainable policies of the U.S. forest products industry in the global marketplace.

National Council for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI)

NCASI is an independent, non-profit research institute that focuses on environmental topics of interest to the forest products industry.

Fibre Box Association (FBA)

The FBA is a non-profit organization representing and serving the corrugated industry.

Wisconsin Paper Council

The Wisconsin Paper Council is a trade association, representing the pulp and paper industry, headquartered in Neenah, Wis. The WPC represents members in public affairs and public relations matters, serves as a center for the exchange of ideas, and distributes information concerning the industry.