It’s Never Too Early to Start: Teaching the Next Generation of Loggers

With some plywood and a pre-cut cedar log, Ed assembled the perfect training tree for felling.  A log screwed to a base, cuts made in the correct spots, including the “beaver tail” and wedge, and a hinge.  As a proponent of logger safety, and preparing the next generation to work in the woods, Weston andContinue reading “It’s Never Too Early to Start: Teaching the Next Generation of Loggers”