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Chain saw use

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sarah Stackhouse Mar 17. 2 Replies

I am harvesting downed and partially downed trees on my property to chain saw mill into boards for hobby use.I have had many hours using a chain saw over several years and feel comfortable with it.…Continue

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Tim Goodman replied to Carl DuPoldt's discussion Logger Training….It’s Not Just for Loggers
"Where and when us the class in naples ny? I cant find it here. Thanks Tim Goodman"
Apr 17
Micah Haverly liked Tim Goodman's discussion Chain saw use
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Sarah Stackhouse replied to Tim Goodman's discussion Chain saw use
"The best way for you get in a class would be to contact NYCAMH. They are hosting GOL classes throughout NYS. Contact erika.scott@bassett.org to find out when and where they will be offered this year.  Sarah"
Mar 17
Daniel Little replied to Tim Goodman's discussion Chain saw use
"Game of Logging, level 1 is what you're looking for.  Check the following link for upcoming classes. Logger Training Courses Good luck, Dan"
Mar 15
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Chain saw use

I am harvesting downed and partially downed trees on my property to chain saw mill into boards for hobby use.I have had many hours using a chain saw over several years and feel comfortable with it. However, I am self taught through reading and youtube.Does anyone know of a hands on class with field instruction as to best chain saw technique etc. I am ok with straight up trees but those leaners and hung up trees (which is a lot of my salvage interest) always make me nervous.I live in Geneva, NY,…See More
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How many acres of woodland do you own or annually manage?
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Please describe, with two or three sentences, why you are interested in woodlot ecology and management. Your answer helps us ensure that only those people truly interested in woodlots are added as members.
We have 7 acres of mixed growth on our land from woods to wet land to a canopy of 30-40 year old black walnut. We enjoy providing a habitat for birds, fox, rabbit, coyotes and of course the squirrels who love the walnuts! I also harvest downed trees which I chain saw mill into boards for hobby use.

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