Adult Workshop: SAWW Chainsaw Training, Level I
May 8 @ 8:00 am - 4:30 pm| $135/person
Please Note: This workshop will be held at our Black Earth location.
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Part one of a four level series through the Safety and Woods Working training program (SAWW). Participants in Level 1 training will spend time both outside and inside the classroom, practicing techniques to operate chainsaws safely, comfortably and productively.
Topics covered include personal protective equipment (PPE) body mechanics; chainsaw safety features; the chain and the cutter tooth; reactive forces; planning and executing tree felling, limbing and bucking; introductory bore cutting and open face felling.
Hands-on training gives participants the opportunity to fell at least one tree.
You are encouraged to bring your own equipment; helmets are mandatory.
Instructor: Luke Saunders, Forester with Adaptive Restoration LLC, SAWW-certified trainer, experienced sawyer and horse logger
To Bring: Participants must bring a safety helmet and are encouraged to bring PPE, chainsaw and any tools used to maintain the saw and sharpen chain. Please bring a bag lunch. Water will be available on site.
Please note: Class limit is 12 and may be canceled if not enough registrants are obtained (minimum is 9). You will be notified of a cancellation and a full refund will be given if the class is canceled.
Fees: ALNC Members & Non-members: $135