MFA Logger Appreciation Dinner Announced
Updated: Oct 8, 2022
Join MFA as we celebrate loggers, an essential part of the forest supply chain in Mayland! When: Wednesday, October 12th at 6:00 PM
Where: East New Market Firehall 4020 East New Market Bypass East New Market MD 21631 It's a great chance to build camaraderie within the sector while enjoying great food from Mission BBQ. If you are a current MD-DE Master Logger or a Logger with a current MFA Membership, dinner is on us! Pricing is kept modest to encourage attendance by landowners, foresters, mills, haulers, and anyone in the general public who supports sustainable forestry and our boots-on-the-ground guys and gals that get the work done! There will be raffles, door prizes, and more!
Hear from Scott Dane with the American Loggers Council Learn about the Joseph Russell Smith Memorial Fund, established to financially aid loggers with critical needs that are injured on the job or the families of loggers killed on the job. Logger of the Year, Billy Singleton, will be presented with his awards. Meet our inspirational keynote speaker, Bobby Goodson (Swamp Loggers)!
Registration is required to attend. Use this link: https://mdforests.wufoo.com/forms/w1rd95un0as0dmp/ This event is hosted by the Maryland Forests Association, Inc. We thank these organizations for donating funds specifically towards this event:
Eastern Shore Forest Products Maryland Tree Farm Committee Dorchester County Forestry Board MD-DE SFI Implementation Committee
Worcester County Forestry Board
TD Smith, LLC Jesco Equipment
Paul Jones Lumber As always, we thank our generous Sponsors and Members for their continued support! The work of MFA is also made possible by grant funding provided by the Rural Maryland Council and The Maryland Department of Commerce.
We hope to see you there!
Questions? Contact Beth Hill 410-463-1755 or email@example.com
*MD- DE Master Logger credits will be available prior to the dinner and the following day. Be on the lookout for registration for those events coming from UMD Extension*
Grant funding for this event and MFA's ongoing work to assist in the implementation of the Maryland Forestry Economic Adjustment Strategy provided by: