There are only nine days left until the Pacific Logging Congress‘s live In the Woods Show. The event gets underway on September 25, at the Port Blakely Tree Farms in Molalla, Ore., and will wrap up September 27.
The must-see logging show is held only once every four years. Attendees get the opportunity to see state-of-the-art machines working in the woods and staff are on hand to answer any questions.
In addition, there are seminars ranging from succession planning to machine maintenance, where loggers can earn professional logger credits. And you’ll also enjoy great networking opportunities like the Loggers’s BBQ held at the Oregon Garden Resort.
To see the full program, just click HERE.
We’ll see you at the show.
The Pacific Logging Congress 7th Live in the Woods Show, held September 25-27, in Molalla, Ore., is made possible by many generous sponsors. The PLC would like to thank this year’s Silver Sponsors.
• Associated Oregon Loggers, Inc.
• Oregon OSHA
• Western Forest Products
The support from these companies is helping shape this live machinery demo into something exceptional.
The Show Guide for the Pacific Logging Congress Live in the Woods Show, held Sept. 25-27, is now available. To check out everything show related — from seminars to exhibitors — just click HERE.
This event is held every 4 years. This year it will be held in Molalla, Ore., at the Port Blakely Tree Farms. Don’t miss this great opportunity to see state-of-the-art machinery at work in the woods.
The second issue of PLC Partner is now available. The newsletter covers the Pacific Logging Congress Live in the Woods event coming up September 25-27, 2014, in Molalla, Ore.
To see the new edition, just click HERE.
Ten students recently received $10,000 in scholarships from the Pacific Forest Foundation (PFF), the educational arm of the Pacific Logging Congress.
One of those students is 17-year-old Seth Eades who will attend his first year at Oregon State University in the fall of 2014 and will be studying Forest/Civil Engineering.
Seth is following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather in pursing a career in the timber industry. “I grew up in the woods, surrounded by people in the timber industry. I suppose that influenced my decision to study forestry in College.”
At a young age, Eades was interested in pursing a career in Engineering, and then began to lean toward Forestry. Oregon State University offers a dual degree program, allowing Eades to pursue a degree in both fields.
For more information about the PFF scholarship program, just click HERE.
Jeff Unger’s crew does the ALC bucket challenge. Click HERE.
Now it’s your turn.
Jeff Unger’s crew