No. Actually, The Navigator Company forests are managed in a way that ensures there are always more trees growing than those cut. For instance, we can think of it as a line of 12 trees. Now, since we wait 12 years for a tree to be ready for making pulp, we plant 12 trees, one year apart from each other. After 12 years, we have 1 tree ready to be cut while the other 11 are growing; the 2nd tree is 11 years old and the 12th tree is 1 year old.
This way there are always more trees growing and the cuts are made in a certain order so the trees keep growing in the best conditions.
“…THERE ARE ALWAYS MORE TREES GROWING …”