Associated Oregon Loggers, Inc.
2015 Madrona Avenue, Salem, OR

Welcome to the Associated Oregon Loggers

Associated Oregon Loggers, Inc. (AOL) is the statewide trade association representing some 1,000 member companies engaged in the harvest and sustainable forest management of Oregon’s 30 million acres of forestland. “Logger and Proud of It!”

Introduction to AOL

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Silviculture Alternatives

AOL members:


You’re invited to join in a full-sector WEB TV conversation on “Silviculture Alternatives in the Pacific Northwest”


This is a 4-part online education series – held 2-hours every Wednesday in March 2017.


General admission cost is $200. [or $100 small landowners; or $75 OSWA/OTFS members]


This web education qualifies for 2 OPL-regular credits each session; total 8 OPL-regular credits. 


Over 20 industry leaders have been meeting weekly for several months in order to prepare this series– with you in mind.  


Attendance is by WEB TV.  So, it’s a rich experience.  And you and your colleagues can attend from anywhere.  No travel required.


Reasons to attend for loggers and small landowners are listed below.




Loggers – Better understand the business goals of each landowner type and the silvicultural method operations objectives of foresters.  Position yourself to bring your own creative problem solving power to bear, to develop better ways of doing things.


Better understand the daily realities of your loggers.  Anticipate issues.  Enhance communication and effectiveness.


Small Landowners – You’ll see the full palate of silvicultural alternatives available to you.  Plus, your co-owners can attend along with you – from wherever they are in the world – helping you build consensus faster while reducing your relationship workload(Special pricing for OSWA & OTFS members)


Trusted AdvisorsWatching along with your clients will illuminate issues and new opportunities -- and launch conversations


Please click here for complete information on panelists, agenda, and registration.



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