In just hours the Pacific Logging Congress Live In the Woods Show will be underway. The event, which only takes places every four years, will be held at the Port Blakely Trees Farms, in Molalla, Ore.
Expect to see nothing less that state-of-the-art machines in operation. These live demos will give you a chance to look up close and there will be staff on hand to answer any of your questions.
The event will be a hub of activity with educational tours, seminars and networking opportunities, as well as a few places to sit back and have a bite to eat.
Don’t miss out. This event won’t be back until 2018.
For a full itinerary of what’s available, just click HERE for the PLC Show Guide.
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.
Here is a bird’s-eye view of the upcoming PLC Live in the Woods Show held September 25-27, at the Port Blakely Tree Farms in Molalla, Ore.
If you click on the map to enlarge it, you can see:
• where the various companies will be located,
• how the event will be broken up into sections,
• where to eat,
• emergency stations,
• where and when the seminars will be held,
• and more.
The live show happens only once every four years, so don’t delay in making your reservations.
The Pacific Logging Congress Live in the Woods Show held in Molalla, Ore., September 25-27, is shaping up to be an event not to be missed.
Hotels will be filling out fast between now and the time of the show, so it’s important to book your room now.
For those coming from out of town and not familiar with the area, just click HERE for a full list of 34 hotels and motels (as well as a B&B) within 25 to 45 minutes of the show.
For any other questions regarding accommodations, please visit the PLC website, at www.pacificloggingcongress.org.
We’ll see you at the show.
The Pacific Logging Congress’s 7th “In the Woods Show” is happening September 25-27, 2014, at the Port Blakely Tree Farms in Molalla, Ore.
A big part of the event is always been educating youth. The year the “In the Woods” education days will be held September 25 and 26.
Professional foresters will guide each group. Students will participate in hands-on activities that tie in with STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education. They will see innovative tree harvesting technology, learn how today’s practices protect habitat and water quality for fish and wildlife, and be exposed to an array of forest-related careers.
Classroom materials are provided for teachers, and reimbursement for buses to and from your school is available.
The event is fully insured and free of charge. It runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day, and each group will need two to three hours for the tour. Hard hats will be provided for every student.
Space is Limited
If you are interested in getting your students, involved, just click HERE.
Space is limited, so sign up today!
If you were thinking it’s about time there was a live in-the-woods demo, you’re in luck. The Pacific Logging Congress has a live demo every four years and 2014 is the year!
This year the Port Blakely Tree Farm in Molalla, Ore., has been selected as the location. Port Blakely Tree Farms owns and manages forestland in both Washington and Oregon. The company harvests timber, primarily second-growth Douglas-fir, and sells it in the United States and throughout the Pacific Rim.
“This site offers the best balance of site dimension, terrain, wood size, and contractor/student access,” said Duane Evans, vice president of U.S. Forestry Operations for Port Blakely Tree Farms based in Olympia, Wash.
An interesting fact about Port Blakely: “Of the lands we own, we harvest less than two percent in any given year. When forests grow older, species diversity increases and habitat becomes more varied. Because of our commitment to the environment, the prime soil and advantageous weather patterns in our forests, and our longer-than-average harvest cycles, our products are among the best in the world.”
For more information about the upcoming demo, visit www.pacificloggingcongress.org
Planning is underway for the Sept 25-27, 2014, PLC live demo show, scheduled to take place on the Port Blakely Tree Farm, in Molalla, Ore.
The show, which features live demonstrations of the latest logging and on-the-ground forestry technologies, is expected to draw thousands of loggers, foresters, students, teachers and interested citizens from the United States, Canada, Sweden, Finland, Brazil, and Australia.
More information, as it becomes available, will be posted at www.PacificLoggingCongress.org.