Logging Your Timber: Options, Opportunities and Precautions
This seminar helps landowners harvest timber for maximum value. Your timber is a valuable asset. For many small forest landowners, harvesting is done infrequently and can come with many unanswered questions. Your trees could be cut and gone before you realize you have failed to maximize your profit on a long-term investment. A contract logger, two consulting foresters, and a forest landowner will explain the steps involved, from filing the Forest Practices Application to writing and depositing the last checks.
Date: Saturday, October 6, 2012 from 8am – 4pm
Location: Veterans Memorial Museum, Chehalis, WA
Cost: Certified American Tree Farm Members or Tree Farm Inspectors $70 ($105 with spouse). Non-members $80 ($120 with spouse). Students $50. Price includes coffee, snacks, and a hot lunch.
Advanced registration by September 28, 2012 is required. Registration forms and further information can be obtained at www.watreefarm.org/2012RegForm.pdf or by calling Donna Loucks at 360-736-2147. The seminar has been approved for 5.5 SAF CFE credits and 6 Master Logger credits.