May 4-5, 2019
This women's chainsaw safety course is designed for women who have attended an introductory chainsaw safety training, and/or have extensive experience running a chainsaw for tasks short of tree felling. This workshop will take place at the Lakes Environmental Association's Highland Research Forest in Bridgton, Maine. Plan for a full day on Saturday and on Sunday. Participants must bring a working chainsaw and proper personal protective equipment (PPE). The agenda will be tailored to participants' needs and will likely include an introduction to directional felling.
Women, trans, and non-binary folks are welcome.
Register today! Participation is limited to 15 students.
Location: Maine Lake Science Center, 51 Willett Road, Bridgton, ME 04009
Food: Please come prepared with all the food and water you will need.
Lodging: On your own. Limited lodging is available at the Maine Lakes Science Center. There are also several options in Bridgton, starting at about $95/night. No lodging is included with the event registration.
For more information, contact Amanda Mahaffey at firstname.lastname@example.org or (207)432-3701.