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Mechanical CLPs enjoy a Workers Compensation rate that is 48% less than non-certified mechanical loggers. The conventional CLP logging rate is 83% less than in 1988.

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Certified Logging Professional’s 2022 Spring Training Season
Steve Laweryson providing conventional loggers information for the recertification session held at the University of Maine Forest in May. The Certified Logging Professional Program completed a …
2021 CLP Loggers of the Year
Kirby McCarthy – 2021 CLP Conventional Logger of the Year Recognition in this business doesn’t just fall from the trees. You must earn it. …
CLP’s 2022 Spring Certification Schedule
The Certified Logging Professional program’s spring schedule is now posted and registration is open! Click the button below to find the initial certification and …
Mike Thurlow’s Team – Do Their Job!
(Left to Right) Jan Santerre, Mike Thurlow, Teri Coolong, & Andy Wood It was a sunny, breezy, and cold day with wind chill in …
Logger Profile: Walter “Buzz” Qualey Jr.
Buzz Qualey on KFM logging site near Millinocket Certified Logging Professional conventional logger since 1994, Walter “Buzz” Qualey Jr. is 64 years young and …
CLP Mike Thurlow’s Team on the Run!
MILLINOCKET, Maine – CLP Logger Mike Thurlow of Lee is looking to make a difference for Make – A – Wish Foundation by running …