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CLP Provides Training and Educational Opportunities to Maine Loggers since 1991

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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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 …
CLP Logger/Forester from Rumford wins Game of Logging
GOL Competitors and Judges photo (back row L to R) Mike Thurlow -judge, Steve Tatko-judge, John Grignon, Steve Laweryson -judge, Chris Roberts, Tyler McIntosh, …
Kennebec Estuary Land Trust Holds Summer Day Camp at Holt Research Forest
During the winter of 2020 – 2021, Maine TREE completed a timber harvest at the Holt Research Forest, which opened the doors for an …
CLP Recertification Training – March 26, 2021
Join the Certified Logging Professional program for an online logger recertification training on Friday, March 26, 2021, from 2 PM to 4:30 PM. During …
Connecting Maine Youth to Forest-based Careers
At Maine TREE, we are ready to help teachers, and other organizational leaders, engage with middle and high school students to explore forest-based career options …
Updates from Our Certified Logging Professionals Program
For the 16th straight year, contractors in the CLP mechanical category will pay less for workers’ compensation rates. The CLP mechanical rate for new and renewal …