Our Programs : Certified
SKILL, KNOWLEDGE and PRIDE in the Maine woods.
It is the mission of the Certified Logging Professional Program to provide the best possible training and education for people involved in the Maine logging industry. Our program will continually evolve to reflect changes in the forest products industry and will provide a means for continual professional
A directory of Certified Logging Professionals by town is available at municipal offices and libraries and at
Logger Education Alliance
Maine Logger Education Alliance (MLEA) Website has been set up to provide
information about logger training and education for those interested in logging
as a career. Please go to maineloggereducation.org,
network with MLEA on Facebook
or link to the training calendar at Google
to attend the 23nd Annual Certified Logger Professional (CLP) Banquet in
Brewer at Jeff's Catering on December 6, 2013. Logger of the Year awards
will again be made in each of three categories; Conventional, Mechanical, and
Contractor/Supervisor and loggers who have completed training this year
The 22nd Annual Certified Logging Professional Banquet took place
on November 30 at Jeff’s Catering in Brewer.
Logger of the Year awards, sponsored by Huber
Resources, were made to loggers in three categories, Conventional, Mechanical
and Contractor/Supervisor. Each
received a check for $1,000, a monogrammed jacket and an engraved plaque.
They also will be
featured in a ˝ page newspaper ad in the Bangor Daily
News the weekend of January 26. 92 loggers
who completed training during 2012 received certificates, bringing the number of
CLP's trained since 1991 to over 5,900.