The 2021 Oregon Logging Conference will take place from February 25 to 27, 2021, at the Lane County Events Center and Fairgrounds in Eugene, Ore.
Recently, Oregon Logging Conference President Scott Melcher announced the theme for next year's event, and released the following statement.
The original April 1, 2020 deadline has been extended to May 15, 2020 for submitting a scholarship application to the Oregon Logging Conference Foundation (OLCF). The five-page application must be completed and returned to the OLCF office in Eugene, Ore.
Some of the most beautiful weather in recent years could be found at the 82nd Annual Oregon Logging Conference (OLC), held from Feb. 20 to 22, at the Lane Events Center and Fairgrounds in Eugene Ore. Thousands of people visited the three-day show, including more than 1,500 high school and elementary school students and educators.
The Oregon Logging Conference (OLC) has announced its new officers for 2020-2021. The following is a list of Oregon Logging Conference officers:
President — Scott Melcher, Melcher Logging, Sweet Home, Ore.
1st Vice President — Craig Olson, Weyerhaeuser, Castle Rock, Wash.
The 82nd annual Oregon Logging Conference (OLC) will be held from Feb. 20 to 22, 2020, at the Lane County Convention Center and Fairgrounds in Eugen, Ore.
Started in 1938, the Oregon Logging Conference's founding principle continues to focus on assisting forestry professionals in their pursuit of professional development.
Registration is now open for the 82nd Oregon Logging Conference (OLC) to be held at the Lane County Events Center and Fairgrounds, Eugene, Ore., February 20-22, 2020. Attendees will experience education, friendly competition and socializing centered on the theme.
"When selecting directors, the nominating committee looks for individuals who are knowledgeable and represent themselves well in our industry," said Craig Olson, Oregon Logging Conference 2nd vice president and directors nominating committee chair, of Weyerhaeuser, Longview, Wash.
The 2019-2020 Oregon Logging Conference Board Officers and staff are:
Greg Stratton, president (Southern Oregon Forest Management, Klamath Falls, Ore.)
Scott Melcher, vice president (Melcher Logging Co., Sweet Home, Ore.)
Craig Olson, second vice president (Weyerhaeuser, Castle Rock, Wash.)
Steve Henson, third vice president (PotlachDeltic, St.
The 81st Annual Oregon Logging Conference (OLC) was the biggest show in many years. Held at the Lane Events Center and Fairgrounds in Eugene, Ore., exhibitors talked about products and services available to the logging, construction, trucking and heavy equipment industries.
Anthony S. Davis and Erin Isselmann will speak at this year's 81st Annual Oregon Logging Conference, to be held Feb. 21 to 23 in Eugene, Ore. This year's theme is "Building Products for Building Futures."
Anthony S. Davis is the Interim Dean for the College of Forestry at Oregon State University, the nation's top ranked forestry research school, and a recognized leader in teaching and outreach.
Forest industry professionals will gather at the Lane County Events Center and Fairgrounds in Eugene, Ore., for the 81st annual Oregon Logging Conference Feb. 21 to 23, 2019. This year's theme is “Building Products for Building Futures.”
The event offers educational opportunities, panel sessions, seminars and outside hands-on training workshops.