Project Forest acknowledges that our work is conducted on both Treaty and non-Treaty lands. These lands are the traditional territories of various First Nations and Indigenous peoples. We recognize that our work is intertwined with the deep and diverse histories of Indigenous peoples. We are grateful for the opportunity to work in these territories and are committed to the recognition and respect of those who live or have lived, travelled, and gathered on these lands.

Our work is rooted in our values. 


We believe it is our responsibility to use our skills, knowledge, and experience to bring about positive change in the world. 


We recognize that we have benefited from the earth’s resources and are committed to giving back through careful and thoughtful stewardship.


We are grateful for the opportunity to learn from nature, to make a contribution to improving our environment, and to make a positive impact in people’s lives. 


We document, monitor, and share our processes and findings with partners and the public—every step of the way, on every project.


We create spaces where people can connect with nature, and each other. We respect every community we are invited into, and work together to make positive change.