Annual PTPC Kraft Christmas Tree Contest

Posted by on Nov 15, 2016 in Community Involvement | No Comments
Annual PTPC Kraft Christmas Tree Contest

Again, this year for Christmas, Port Townsend Paper Corporation employees will hand out three-foot-high, three-dimensional Christmas trees made of Port Townsend Kraft paper and ask the locals to start decorating. From November 18 – Dec 7th, pick up your (free) Kraft tree and a copy of the contest rules at the following locations:  Aldrich’s, the Chamber […]

2015 PTPC Kraft Christmas Tree Entries

Posted by on Dec 17, 2015 in Community Involvement | No Comments

The public is invited to vote for a People’s Choice Winner by emailing the Entry # of their choice to community_relations@ptpc.com.  Voting will end on December 31st.   Entry 151: Entry 150: Entry 149: Entry 148: Entry 147: Entry 146: Entry 144: Entry 143: Entry 142: Entry 141: Entry 140: Entry 139: Entry 138: Entry […]

PTPC Visits Chimacum Creek Primary for Papermaking Class

Posted by on Mar 27, 2015 in Community Involvement, Education | No Comments
PTPC Visits Chimacum Creek Primary for Papermaking Class

Here at PTPC, we love to spread the word about what we do and how we do it. But not everyone realizes that you don’t need high-level machinery or a 450-acre campus to make paper–you can do it in your very own home. With that in mind, several employees of Port Townsend Paper visited Chimacum […]

Open House 2014 — Thanks for Coming!

Posted by on Nov 12, 2014 in Community Involvement, Education | No Comments
Open House 2014  — Thanks for Coming!

After countless hours of planning and organizing, brainstorming and button making, the Open House event we envisioned finally came to life. It was better than we could have hoped for—over 400 of our neighbors came out to hear talks about our operations and products, chat with our employees, and see the paper machines in action. […]

PTPC Fiber Supply Donates Logs to Local Watershed Restoration Project

PTPC Fiber Supply Donates Logs to Local Watershed Restoration Project

In February, Port Townsend Paper, Evergreen Fiber Inc., and Hermann Brothers Trucking donated a load of Douglas-fir logs from our Eclipse logyard west of Port Angeles to the Northwest Watershed Institute for their Tarboo Creek Watershed Restoration project. The logs were donated as part of the Tarboo Creek project’s Plant-a-Thon. To help establish conifers in […]