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Forest Roads

Forest Roads

If you work in the Northwest, you know about operating in the rain.

This year, on February 24, the Oregon Logging Conference will be offering a Washington Forest Practices Seminar focussing on wet weather:

• The first half  will cover “Wet Weather Operations & Forest Roads; from RMAPS to Emergencies”.  Presenter will be Seth Barnes, the forest practices coordinator at the Washington DNR in Castle Rock.

• The second portion will focus on “Working with Wet Weather and Forest Roads; A PNW Industry Perspective” and be presented by Stephen Dillon, P.E., at Hancock Forest Management, in Cathlamet.

If you work in the wet woods of Washington, and you haven’t yet signed up for the Oregon Logging Conference, don’t delay. Click HERE to register now.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]