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Investing in the Future

Scholarships

Timber cutting is one of the most dangerous occupations in the world. Professional timber fellers work in complex and critical decision-making scenarios regularly. With such great responsibility comes commitment, professionalism, specialized training, and proper education. But there is a severe learning curve for sawyers to move from the apprentice to an advanced level of competency. Certifications and mentoring programs provide excellent opportunities for upcoming tradesmen to receive proper training and achieve future success.

However, the high cost of attending such programs may seem discouraging at times, and that is where our scholarships offer a funding resource. Scholarships are available to help cover the costs of our workshops and materials. It is our goal to provide help to those striving to achieve excellence and discipline in the timber felling profession.

Listing of scholarships

Johnny

Johnny Walker Scholarship

This scholarship grants the applying student one tuition-FREE workshop with The Art of Felling Timber. The applying student’s experience level will determine which workshop will be granted. 

Scholarship requirements

A minimum of one year chainsaw experience, motivation, and a demonstrated passion to learn cutting and felling procedures. 

“I found the workshop very useful. I favored the two-dimensional exercise and expert presenters. “

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Chet Madden
BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

” Roy does a great job of teaching safe and proper cutting techniques of large trees, to both beginner and advanced Sawyer’s. “

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Ed Floate
GRAYBACK FORESTRY

“The real life experience and insight that was shared on a wide array of felling situations was invaluable. There was a very clear explanations to everyone’s questions.”

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Dylan Zook
USFS WOLF CREEK HOTSHOTS

” They explain clearly and their experience shows. “

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Lars Olson
USFS WOLF CREEK HOTSHOTS

“ What a resource, seeing all the information in one textbook. ”

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Jeff Bortner
WASHINGTON STATE TRAINING OFFICER

” The two-dimensional saw was great. The book is awesome! A lot of information. Very good, great knowledge! “

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Mark Kehoe
BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT