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May
Current Hot Topics in Forestry 05/02/2019
Hydraulic Clinic 05/07/2019
Harvester Bar & Chain Clinic 05/07/2019
Timber Cruising 05/09/2019
Log Scaling & Grading 05/09/2019
BMP for Invasive Species 05/14/2019
BMP for Water Quality 05/15/2019
Wilderness Rescue 05/22/2019
DOT Compliance 05/30/2019
Insight on OSHA / Safety Refresher 05/30/2019
June
Safe Hydraulics 06/04/2019
Timber Economics 06/04/2019
Log Scaling & Grading 06/06/2019
Timber Cruising 06/06/2019
Level 1 Chainsaw Safety Training 06/08/2019
Level 2 Chainsaw Safety Training 06/28/2019
July
Oak Wilt ID & Management 07/09/2019
Silviculture & Timber Sale Marking 07/09/2019
Pesticide Applicator Training & Exam 07/10/2019
BMP for Invasive Species 07/17/2019
BMP for Water Quality 07/18/2019
Tire Maintenance & Safety 07/23/2019
First Aid & CPR 07/23/2019
Insurance Basics 07/25/2019
Forest Fire Safety 07/25/2019
August
Oak Wilt ID & Management 08/06/2019
Current Hot Topics in Forestry 08/06/2019
Forest Fire Safety 08/08/2019
Adapting to Climate Changes 08/08/2019
BMP for Invasive Species 08/13/2019
BMP for Water Quality 08/14/2019
September
Chainsaw Safety Training - Level 1 09/17/2019
BMP for Invasive Species 09/25/2019
BMP for Water Quality 09/26/2019
October
Chainsaw Safety Training - Beginner Level 10/05/2019
Silviculture & Timber Sale Marking 10/23/2019
Forest Fire Safety 10/23/2019
HRD (Annosum) ID & Management 10/30/2019
November
Cross Training for Loggers & Foresters 11/07/2019
Timber Economics 11/07/2019
Successioning Your Business 11/13/2019
Insight on OSHA / Safety Refresher 11/13/2019
December
Hydraulic Clinic 12/10/2019
Harvester Bar & Chain Clinic 12/10/2019
Pesticide Applicator Training & Exam 12/17/2019
Insurance Basics 12/19/2019
Adapting to Climate Changes 12/19/2019


As of January 1, 2019, all 8 hour continuing education classes will only be worth 4 credit hours. 
We are no longer able to split 8 hour classes to fulfill past year's requirements.