LOUISIANA TIMBER HARVESTING EQUIPMENT OPERATOR CLASS
Students attend both classroom training and field training, operating harvesting equipment supplied by local equipment dealers.
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Students will  receive their Master Logger certification, as well as First Aid/CPR and OSHA 10-hour, which are generally required for anyone working in the woods.

Logging contractors who are ready to hire a new employee are encouraged to come see the class operating the equipment in the field.  Call 318-609-1230 for information on where the field training is taking place.
Students get hands-on experience in actual field settings, cutting,skidding, and loading timber.
Receiving Master Logger Certificates
NEW MASTER LOGGERS
Dewayne and Zach Harvest Planning
SPONSORS
SPONSORS
FIELD
CLASSROOM
Doggett Machinery

Louisiana Logging Council

Louisiana Society of American Foresters

Louisiana Forestry Association

The Timbermen Fund

Louisiana Loggers Association

Lott Oil

Southern Loggers Co-op

Crowell Lumber

Weyerhaeuser

Michael Hawkins Logging

International
Paper
Foundation

Graphic
Packaging
Lowell Hubbard Logging

Plum Creek
Foundation

Delta Regional
Authority

JKM Logging

Double K Logging

Perforex Forest Services

Roy O. Martin

Walsh Timber

Price, Beville, Smith

McFarland Timber

Hunt Forest Products

Louisiana Loggers Self- Insured Fund

Construction Safety

McCartney Oil

Central Industrial Supply


http://www.laforestry.com/
http://lasaf.homestead.com/
http://www.laloggers.com/
http://www.laforestry.com/site/AboutLFA/LaLoggingCouncil.aspx
http://www.timbermenfund.com/
Call 318-609-1230 for Information
Next Class starts May 26, 2015
Sabine Valley Campus of
Northwest LouisianaTechnical College
1255 Fisher Rd, Many, LA  318-256-4101
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Sabine Valley
FIELD
CLASSROOM