2014 NYLT Fall Workshop List is Available!
Please visit www.newyorkloggertraining.org to get a full list of our upcoming workshops!
Regional Meetings Have Begun! Sign up for the location nearest you!
We still have some Regional Meetings taking place! ESFPA members can enjoy good food and company and speak one on one with ESFPA President Eric Carlson and ESFPA Board Members about issues directly related to their company, region and industry. We encourage ALL members to take this opportunity to attend the dinner in your area. All dinners are $25 per person and begin at 5:30 pm. Members and Perspective Members are welcome!
September 30th - the Log Jam Restaurant, Queensbury, NY
October 2nd - Bass' Hancock House, Hancock, NY
RSVPs are requested for all meetings. Please contact Muriel Church at (518) 463-1297 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Workshops Announced that Qualify for NYLT CE Credit and SAF Credit
NYSAF is offering workshops in the Adirondack / North Country area.
August 19, 2014: White Pine Ecology Workshop, 8am - 4pm, ESF Adirondack Interpretive Center, Newcomb NY. Cost is $30 and includes lunch. View the Workshop Pamphlet for more information. Registration deadline is August 1, approved for 5.5 Category 1 CFE credits.
September 11, 2014:Natural Resource Management Workshop at Fort Drum and Tour of ReEnergy Black River Facility, 9am - 4pm. Bring your lunch and be prepared to spend the day outside. To sign up for workshop contact Kevin Virkler. Registration deadline is September 5th. Approved for 5.0 Category 1 CFE Credits.
Hardwood Federation FLY IN Video
Check out the video below from the Hardwood Federation's "Fly In"!
New Report Released -
Economic Importance of Forest Based Economy in New York
The Economic Importance of New York's Forest-Based Economy 2013, a report put out by the North East State Foresters Association is now available. Please click here for your copy.
Empire Envoy - October
To view the latest ESFPA Empire Enovy, please click here.
New Book Available for Children: Why Would Anyone Cut a Tree Down Book?
While giving presentations about trees, the author, a USDA Forest Service employee, noticed that students had the knowledge of the benefits and products that trees provide. On the other hand, the author was surprised when students blurted out that you can never cut a tree down. To bridge this gap in knowledge and understanding, he wrote this book.
For a link to the book, click Here
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