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.
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 [email protected] or (207)432-3701.