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Maryland/Delaware Master Logger Program

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About the Program

The Maryland-Delaware Master Logger Program helps loggers meet the ever-increasing demands of the logging profession. The courses provide information about current environmental regulations, forestry principles, and safe work practices. Becoming a Master Logger publicly demonstrates an...

Continuing Education

Opportunities for Continuing Education Credits Active MD/DE Master Loggers are required to acquire 8 continuing education (CE) credits every 2 years. The MD/DE Master Logger Program strives to provide continuing education opportunities, but there are many other programs and activities that are...

Certification Courses

To gain Active Master Logger status, program participants must initially complete four four-hour core courses within two years, and submit proof of current First Aid and CPR training. The four core courses are: OSHA Regulations and Logging Safety Sustainable Forestry I: Sediment and Erosion Control...

On-Line and Other Training Programs

Below is a list of online and other resources that offer training videos eligible for continuing education unit (CEU) credits. For videos or webinars, typically the webinar host will generate a certificate or other proof of attendance. In the event that proof cannot be obtained from the webinar...

Logger of the Year

The MD/DE Master Logger Steering Committee and the Maryland Forests Association (MFA) are requesting nominations for the 2014 Logger of the Year award. The award program is open to all independent logging contractors. Preference will be given to Active MD/DE Master Loggers, but others are...

Maryland/Delaware Master Logger Program

Program Background

The Maryland/Delaware Master Logger Program is a voluntary training and education program for loggers who work in Maryland and Delaware. The program helps loggers meet the ever-increasing demands of the logging profession. The courses provide information about current environmental regulations, forestry principles, and safe work practices.

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