Forestry Rules of Maine: What you need to know - Augusta

Division / Program: Maine Forest Service

Date: June 14, 2022
Time: 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Location: MFS's Bolton Hill office, 2870 North Belfast Avenue (Route 3) in Augusta
Event Type: Workshop/Training

Presented by Maine Forest Service - Forest Policy & Management Division

This workshop is intended for foresters, loggers, and landowners and will provide a basic understanding of Maine's timber harvesting rules. The emphasis is on rules concerning water quality, clearcutting, liquidation harvesting, and forest operations notifications. The workshop will not cover laws/rules enforced by the Forest Protection Division/Forest Rangers. Participants will receive a copy of the MFS publication, "The Forestry Rules of Maine."

The workshop will begin with sign-in and refreshments at 8:30, presentations begin at 9:00. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Continuing Education:

  • QLP 4 credits
  • CLP 1 day
  • SAF/LF - 3.5 hrs. (Category 1)
  • Master Logger 5 credits.


Registration is closed. This session is full.
If you can make it, there is a session in Lincoln on June 21

Presenters for this workshop include:

  • Dan Jacobs, MFS Regional Enforcement Coordinator (North)
  • Terri Coolong, MFS Regional Enforcement Coordinator (Central)
  • Adam Cates, MFS Regional Enforcement Coordinator (South/West)
  • Morten Moesswilde, MFS Field Team Leader

Cost: Free