About Us

Wisconsin has led the nation in papermaking for more than 50 years

The Wisconsin paper industry employs more than 30,000 workers at 35 mills providing nearly $2.5 billion in payroll to the state's economy.  The paper industry produces $14.3 billion of paper in a wide variety of grades, including printing and writing, tissue, specialty, coated, and packaging.  The paper industry pays an estimated $238 million in state and local taxes.  Taken together, the paper industry is a major contributor to the economic vitality of the state of Wisconsin.

The Wisconsin Paper Council advocates for and represents its members in public affairs and public relations matters, serves as a center for the exchange of ideas, and disseminates news and information concerning the industry; this includes proposed legislation and job opportunities.

Meet Our Staff

Jeffrey G. Landin

President

landin@wipapercouncil.org

Jeff Landin is responsible for developing and implementing programs designed to promote and protect the state's paper industry.

Earl J. Gustafson

Vice President, Energy, Forestry, and Human Resources

gustafson@wipapercouncil.org

Earl Gustafson is responsible for administering the WPC's involvement in energy, forestry and unemployment compensation issues impacting the state's pulp and paper industry, as well as developing and administering special projects designed to protect and promote the industry.

Paula M. Henney

Administrative Assistant

henney@wipapercouncil.org

Paula Henney is responsible for supporting the staff and members of the Wisconsin Paper Council.

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