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Thursday, 05/11/2017

NH Professional Loggers Program Advanced Felling
Thursday, 05/11/2017 (08:00 AM - 03:00 PM)

 

Instructors will discuss and demonstrate handling difficult felling situations, leaners, hazard trees, operating around power lines, and using mechanized equipment to get trees down or process wind falls.

NOTE: Participants MUST BRING

  • chainsaw
  • ear protection
  • safety boots
  • hard hat
  • chaps
  • eye protection
 

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Location

  • Wentworth-Old Town Hall, 20 Eastside Road, Wentworth, NH, 03282

Tuesday, 05/16/2017

19th Annual Black Fly Breakfast
Tuesday, 05/16/2017 (07:30 AM - 11:30 AM)


7:30
Breakfast Buffet begins

8:30 Program begins

NH Forestry Happenings and Market Roundup - Karen Bennett, Extension Forester, UNH Cooperative Extension
State of NH Forestry - Brad Simpkins, State Forester, N.H. Division of Forests & Lands


Understanding What Makes New Hampshire’s Sawmills Viable

There’s been a lot of worry and talk about changes in low-grade markets. But, what is going on with the rest of the forest industry? At Blackfly we will hear from people who work in the lumber industry—our high-grade markets. They will update us on the existing markets, trends, domestic markets, and the importance of international markets and trade policies.


Credits

SAF Category I 3.0 CFEs
NHPLP Certification 4.0 CEUs
Timber Depletion workshop 1.5 CFEs Category 1

Timber Depletion—A “Value-Added” Service for Foresters

12:00 - 2:00 includes lunch, cost $15.00


Foresters can help clients understand the financial implications of managing forestland. The tax treatment of timber income, specifically opportunities to deplete timber, can result in greater profit for a landowner, and can help justify a forester’s services and fees. We will review the basics of federal timber taxes—determining a taxable gain on timber harvests, establishing a timber basis, and depletion—then introduce a “calculator” that foresters can use to help predict the financial impacts of depleting timber.

 

 

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Location

  • Pat's Peak Ski Area, 24 Flanders Rd., Henniker, NH, 03242


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