Posts Tagged ‘chainsawsafety’

On the Ground: Creating Safer Sawyers

For the fourth consecutive year, MUCC hosted a Chainsaw Safety Training course provided to members, volunteers with OTG, and the general public. In previous years, Chuck Oslund of Bay College has taught his safety system to groups of 15-35 participants with us. This year, there were 32 participants and instructors included Scott Peterson from SOS…

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On the Ground: Chainsaw Safety Course

For the fourth year, MUCC is hosting a Chainsaw Safety Training course provided to members, volunteers with OTG, and the general public. In previous years, Chuck Oslund of Bay College has taught his safety system to groups of 15-35 participants with us. This year, I’ve brought in Bill Dawson, Denise Dawson, and Bill Rushford from…

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On the Ground: Spring 2018 Events

Among several On the Ground (OTG) wildlife habitat improvement events, OTG will be assisting with a few other events in the upcoming weeks. These events include a Hunter Safety Education Field Day with Learn To Hunt (LTH), a Youth Rabbit Hunt in the Crane Pond State Game Area, and a Chainsaw Safety Course hosted with…

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On the Ground: Winter 2018 Events

Happy New Year to all! For MUCC’s On the Ground program, the start of 2018 is shaping up to be very busy. For you, this means that there will be several opportunities to volunteer for wildlife and improve habitat on public land. Read more to see what events are being planned for January, February, and…

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On the Ground 2017 Wildlife Habitat Program Season Recap

Another successful year of wildlife habitat improvement projects completed by volunteers and partnerships with MUCC’s On the Ground program has gone by. A total of 25 wildlife habitat improvement projects were completed, including 3 OTG Jr events, engaging 452 volunteers and students and investing 121 project hours (54,692 volunteer hours) into habitat work on public…

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MUCC PROMOTES SAWYER SAFETY SYSTEM TO 30 PARTICIPANTS

This weekend, 30 people became safer sawyers by attending Chuck Oslund’s Chainsaw Safety Training hosted at MUCC. This was the third year in a row that this course has been offered to volunteers with MUCC’s Wildlife Habitat Program and the general public. This year, participants had the option to practice techniques learned within the safety…

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