Toby Atterbury, the instructor, explains the use of a laser rangefinder
Atterbury Consultants has had, over time, more than 2000 foresters attend the Professional Timber Cruising Seminar. Many attendees have found it beneficial to attend the Professional Timber Cruising Seminar every 3 to 5 years as a way to keep current with cruising methods and to see the latest in forestry equipment and software.
Comments from past participants:
"I really enjoyed this seminar; you have an excellent way of doing business."
"This seminar will help me to take a much more professional attitude towards my work. I also look forward to implementing what I've learned here on my job next week."
Please bring field gear and equipment you would normally use on a timber cruising job; i.e. proper field clothing and instruments such as relaskop, rangefinder and diameter tape (if you have them). The use of this equipment will be covered in both the indoor and field sessions.
Professional Timber Cruising With SuperACE
This seminar is designed for timber cruisers and forestland managers that want to increase the productivity, accuracy, and usefulness of their timber cruises and forest inventory.
This is a practical, hands-on seminar with information on timber cruising, sampling methods, planning, mapping, computer use, and appraisals. Participants are encouraged to ask questions and have a dialogue with the instructors.
We have added an optional third field day to this seminar! It will only cost an additional $50.00 to enroll for the third day! Please see agenda below for third day description.
Day 3 Field (Optional)
The Day 3 field session will held approximately 30 miles from Beaverton in real forest conditions near Warren, Oregon. Transportation and lunch are not included for Day 3.
Emphasis will be on how to use the latest technology to get the job done in the most professional manner possible.
A printable and faxable registration form can be found here.
E-mail Diane Sandefur firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
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