Logger Education to Advance Professionalism
The Logger Education to Advance Professionalism (LEAP) is a nationally acclaimed Extension program originally started at the request of loggers in the northeastern United States who wanted to improve their skills, document and market their services, and communicate more effectively with forest owners and managers. The program features over 20 hours of training in the topic areas of forest ecology, silviculture, and water quality. Over 1,000 loggers have participated in University of Idaho Extension LEAP sessions since 1993, many with scholarships from Idaho forest product companies. For more information please email Randy Brooks or call him at (208) 885-6356.
Logger Education to Advance Professionalism (LEAP) helps loggers improve their skills related to forest ecology, silviculture, and water quality through presentations, discussion, videos, and other learning experiences. Check back next year for the 2014 dates and locations.LEAP Updates deepen and expand the training provided in Logger Education to Advance Professionalism (LEAP). Program details will be announced this winter.
- Southern Idaho - to be announced.