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.

CLP News

Loon Echo Land Trust Hosts Sebago Stewardship Hub Event
by Matt Markot, Executive Director, Loon Echo Land Trust Loon Echo Land Trust hosted a group of current and prospective tree farmers from around …
Forest Stewards Guild Hosts Volunteer Work Day at the Holt Research Forest
By Logan Johnson, Northeast Region Coordinator, Forest Stewards Guild On May 15, Forest Stewards Guild members participated in a joint service project and Guild …
Connect with Fellow Tree Farmers in the Sebago Lake Region on May 22
Tree Farmers and landowners are invited to a kick-off event on May 22 for the Sebago Stewardship Hub. This will include a tour of …
Forests of Maine Teachers’ Tour to Return for In-person in 2021
 The Maine Timber Research and Environmental Education Foundation (Maine TREE) nationally acclaimed Forests of Maine Teachers’ Tours will return in 2021 for in-person programming. …
REGISTER: Tree Farm Inspecting Forester Training
With the new American Tree Farm System’s (ATFS) Standards of Sustainability, all Maine Tree Farm Inspecting Foresters will need to participate in inspector training …
Holt Research Forest Strategic Research and Management Plan
The HRF is the crown jewel of the ‘R’ in the Maine Timber Research & Environmental Education (TREE) Foundation.  Maine TREE acquired the 350-acre …