THE 2018 (45th) ANNUAL MEETING OF ASSOCIATED CALIFORNIA LOGGERS JANUARY 16-18,2018 AT THE ATLANTIS CASINO RESORT SPA, RENO Associated California Loggers will return to the Reno area for the 2018 Annual Meeting. We are returning to the upgraded Atlantis Casino Resort, and Spa. The dates of the Annual Meeting are Tuesday January 16 through…Details
RESOURCE AVAILABILITY FUND HELP ASSOCIATED CALIFORNIA LOGGERS FUND TWO SPECIAL PROJECTS USING THE “RESOURCE AVAILABILITY FUND” — YOUR DONATIONS ARE VOLUNTARY AND TAX DEDUCTIBLE (DETAILS BELOW) The Associated California Loggers Board of Directors has approved a special fund to be created so as to fund “special projects” outside the ACL Budget. Making the decision carefully…Details
Associated California Loggers (ACL) has been working for a number of years in negotiating with the California Resources Board (CARB) on diesel issues.Details
The Klamath Alliance for Resources and Environment(“KARE”) is a non-profit based in Siskiyou County dedicated to educating community members about the environmental and social benefits that come from responsible management of our natural resources and forests on both public and private lands. Associated California Loggers is affiliated with KARE. We wanted to share this message with…Details
A message from Max Meier, Chair of the Gold Country Chapter (based in Nevada County): 2017 ANNUAL GOLD COUNTRY PICNIC AND TRAPSHOOT Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017 at the Nevada County Sportsmen Club,1 PM to 6 PM. Dinner will be served around 4 PM. The club is located on Banner Mountain Trail, off Gracie Rd. in…Details
Governor Brown Signs Order: LTOs do not need C-61 or D-49 Contractors License to Perform Tree Mortality Work
On Friday September 1, the office of California Governor Jerry Brown announced that the Governor has signed an Executive Order related to tree mortality, LTOs and Tree Service Contractors. Essentially, the Executive Order will stop affected Tree Mortality Counties and Fire Safe Councils from requiring that an LTO must also have a C-61 or D-49…Details
A message from Diane Dealey Neill, Coordinator of the California Forestry Challenge: The California Forestry Challenge is seeking volunteers for five events this fall: Shasta – September 27 to 30, Mountain Meadows Camp near Shingletown Sequoia – October 11 to 14, Quaker Meadow Camp east of Springville El Dorado – October 25 to 28, Leoni Meadows Camp near Grizzly Flats San…Details
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MARK YOUR CALENDARS: 2018 ACL Annual Meeting Returns to Atlantis Resort in Reno, January 16-18, 2018
2018 Associated California Loggers Annual Meeting Dates and Location Announced: ACL President Hardie Tatum, with the input of the ACL Board of Directors, has chosen a return to the Atlantis Resort Casino Spa in Reno for the 2018 Annual Meeting. It will be our 45th Annual Meeting, a date of some distinction. The Annual Meeting…Details
Official Press Release August 21, 2017 from US Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue Tony Tooke Named Chief, formal Swearing In Set for Later this Week Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced that Tony Tooke would be the next Chief of the Forest Service, taking over from Tom Tidwell, who announced his retirement Friday. Tony Tooke, for those of…Details
IN TWO DAYS. FRIDAY SEPT. 8: CLFA Invites ACL Members to Attend Fall Workshop in Chico, On Water Issues
The California Licensed Foresters Association(CLFA) representing Registered Professional Foresters in California, is reaching out to Associated California Loggers and its members, to invite you to a class this Friday September 8, in Chico. Here is the information: TITLE: “Water Issues in California Forest Management: Jurisdiction, Compliance, and Creative Watershed Restoration Projects in California:” “This year, the CLFA Fall Workshop will focus…Details