COURSES

TFA 2020 Virtual Annual Conference

The 106th TFA Annual Meeting went virtual and hosted a great line up of speakers, which included:

  • Brad Southern – LP Building Solutions Chariman & CEO
  • Aaron Welch – VP of Southern Timberlands for Weyerhaeuseer
  • John Esparza – President and CEO OF Texas Trucking Association and Executive Director of Southwest Movers Association
  • Tom Boggus – State Forester and Director, Texas A&M Forest Service.

This course results in 3 Continuing Education Units as mandated by the Texas Pro Logger Program.

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Plan My Land Operation Course

In this course, learn the basics of planning a logging operation with the Plan My Land Management tool from the Texas A&M Forest Service.

This course results in 1 Continuing Education Unit as mandated by the Texas Pro Logger Program.

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Forestry BMP Refresher

This is the latest version of the Texas A&M Forest Service online BMP refresher course. This training is designed as a refresher course for those that have already taken the Core BMP Training. It highlights some of the more important topics regarding BMPs and introduces some of the revisions that have been made to the BMP Handbook in the August 2014 edition. Successful completion of this course results in 2.0 Continuing Education Units as mandated by the Texas Pro Logger Program.

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Ethics

This course provides a foundational understanding on Ethics. The presentation by Frank Shockley was given at the 2018 Annual Meeting in Galveston, Texas. These modules satisfy one (1) CEU requirement for the Texas ProLogger Program and the Texas Accredited Forester Council.

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Pro Logger Safety Course

These modules satisfy the CEU requirements for the Texas ProLogger Safety Program. To maintain the Texas Pro Logger status a person must obtain four (4) hours of Safety training CEUs every two years from web-based modules such as this one OR six (6) hours from a face-to-face meeting. Successful completion of this course results in 4.0 Continuing Education Units as mandated by the Texas Pro Logger Program.

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Branching Out Virtual Conference

This course is a presentation of Texas Forestry Association’s Texas Forest Landowners Council virtual seminar for forest landowners conducted on Friday, August 14, 2020.

This recorded presentation packs a lot of information! Topics covered included:

  • Intergenerational Land Transfers by Stephanie Bradley Fryer, PLLC
  • East Texas Species of Concern by Lauren K. Borland and Colin McDonald, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
  • Forestry Techniques for Wildlife by Chris Adams, Vision Forestry and Terry Anderson, Conservation Equity Partners
  • Legislative Update by Rob Hughes, Executive Director, Texas Forestry Association
  • Markets

This module satisfies the CEU requirements for the Texas ProLogger Safety Program. To maintain the Texas Pro Logger status a person must obtain four (4) hours of Safety training CEUs every two years from web-based modules such as this one OR six (6) hours from a face-to-face meeting. Successful completion of this course results in 3.0 Continuing Education Units as mandated by the Texas Pro Logger Program.

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