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BMP/SMZ 2018 Workshops

A Hands on Approach

What you need to bring:

 

•  Outdoor clothing & footwear

•  An ANSI approved hard hat

•  A 50' or 75' logger's tape

•  Pencils and an eraser

•  A plastic bag for keeping books dry

•  A bag lunch and drinks

NOTE:  This workshop is a required SFI training course for Montana operations.

Instructors: 

     Roger Ziesak, DNRC

     Brian Sugden, Weyerhaeuser

     Mark Vesser, DNRC

     Service Foresters

Sponsored by the Montana Forest Council, the Montana Logging Association and the Montana DNRC, these one-day workshops will improve your knowledge of Montana’s Forestry Best Management Practices and our Streamside Management Zone Law & Rules. 

  This year will have a special focus on  “PULASKI BMP’S”—those issues that you see when you are driving in and out of a job—those little things that can become BIG things, if not addressed.  That Pulaski may be the key to keeping your jobs working!  Local DNRC Service Foresters will be helping with this workshop so it is also an opportunity to meet these folks and get to know them!   This will be a great class for Contractors, crews and trucks!

Workshop Dates and Locations:

April 30th - Libby, City Hall
                                952 E. Spruce Street

May 1st - Kalispell, Montana Logging Association
                                  2224 MT Hwy 35

May 2nd - Missoula, Ruby’s Reserve Street Inn
                                   4825 N. Reserve Street

May 4th - Billings, FWP Office
                                2300 Lake Elmo Drive
                           (minimum of 8 people to hold the class)
 

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED by APRIL 25th
Class sizes are limited to first 40 people with paid registration.

Additional Workshop Will be scheduled if necessary

ALP/PLH Credits = 8

Cost:  $20 per person for members
$25 for non-members

Workshops 8 am to 5 pm

For more information:

contact Lorrie Woods

email --  alp@logging.org

or call -- 406-261-2900 / 406-752-3168

        Visit the MLA booth at the Forest Landowner Conference