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SRA Fire Prevention Fee Grant Workshops June 13-July 19, throughout California

The State Responsibility Area Fire Prevention Fund (SRAFPF) offers grants for projects that remove dead and dying trees that pose a threat to public health and safety and for projects that reduce the wildfire threat to habitable structures within State Responsibility Areas (SRA). CALFIRE will be hosting 11 SRA Grant workshops statewide. These workshops are…

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Coming Soon: Friday June 2, Annual Plumas-Sierra Chapter Spring-Summer Round-Up at the Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch!

PLUMAS-SIERRA CHAPTER’S ANNUAL SPRING/SUMMER ROUND-UP RETURNS: FRIDAYEVENING, JUNE 2   All ACL members are invited to the RETURN of the annual “Spring/Summer Round-Up” hosted by the Plumas-Sierra Chapter of ACL.   The event will take place at the scenic Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch near Quincy.     There will be an outdoor BBQ dinner, preceded by a…

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Are You Interested in Attending a Special ACL Class on US Forest Service Contracting on May 13?

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN ATTENDING A SPECIAL ASSOCIATED CALIFORNIA LOGGERS CLASS ON SATURDAY MAY 13 ?  SUBJECT:   “HOW TO SUCCEED IN THE WORLD OF US FOREST SERVICE CONTRACTING — “PURCHASING, STEWARDSHIP, IDIQ AND MORE” When Associated California Loggers sent its delegation to Washington DC several weeks ago, we took a meeting with members of a …

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ANNUAL REDDING CHAPTER TRAPSHOOT ON SUNDAY, APRIL 30

Spring is here,  Summer’s coming and the Redding Chapter of Associated California Loggers intends to greet them with the Nineteenth Annual Log-a-Load-for-Kids Trapshoot. Members of ACL from all regions are welcome to attend, and you can bring your friends. The event will take place on Sunday April 30 at 10:00 a.m., rain or shine, at the Seven Lakes Gun…

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Schinnerer Insurance Services: A Good Safety Plan Can Mitigate Logging Risk

What your employees need to know, wear, and do Logging operations are inherently dangerous. According to OSHA, “logging is the most dangerous occupation in the United States.”  OHSA notes that: as loggers use their tools and equipment, they deal with massive weights and irresistible momentum of falling, rolling, and sliding trees and logs. The hazards…

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