Event Details

Date

July 10 - August 5, 2017

Location

Paul Smith's College

Host

Paul Smith's College
Josh Pierce
518-524-1579


School of Logging

July 10 - August 5, 2017

School of Logging
Paul Smith College (PSC) is offering a truly unique timber harvesting experience. Prepare yourself to work successfully in mechanized timber harvesting operations! Learn to safely operate common logging equipment and conduct an authentic timber harvesting operation from expert instructors in the heart of the Adirondack wilderness. Tour regional logging operations and sawmills and interact with professionals from all aspects of the forest products supply chain.

Course Details:

Cost is $1,500 inclusive of all tuition, fees, room & board. PSC is offering a $1,000 scholarship to the first 20 students who register!

Contact Josh Pierce at 518-524-1579 or email Josh to register or find out more. The PDF below contains more details too.

School of Logging (PDF; 795KB)


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Upcoming Events

2017 Dairy Summit

December 13, 2017
10am - 3pm
Canton, NY

Speakers
Matt Draper, Executive Director of the Shipley Center for
Innovations, Clarkson University
Lindsay Ferlito, Kimberley Morrill, and Kelsey O'Shea,
North Country Regional Ag Team
Frank Welcome, Sr. Extension Associate, Quality Milk Production Services (QMPS)

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2017 Dairy Summit

December 20, 2017
10am - 3pm
Malone, NY

Speakers
Matt Draper, Executive Director of the Shipley Center for
Innovations, Clarkson University
Lindsay Ferlito, Kimberley Morrill, and Kelsey O'Shea,
North Country Regional Ag Team
Frank Welcome, Sr. Extension Associate, Quality Milk Production Services (QMPS)

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Jefferson County Dairy Scene

January 23, 2018
10am - 3pm
Watertown, NY

Keynote Address: Generational and Consumer Product Trends or "Why don't people serve milk with dinner anymore?"
Matt Draper, Executive Director of the Shipley Center for Innovations, Clarkson University.

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Announcements

2017 NYS & VT Corn Silage Trial Data Tables

Preliminary results of the 2017 Corn Silage Variety Trials conducted in New York and Vermont are now available. Twenty-three 80-95-RM hybrids and forty-nine 96-100 RM hybrids were grown at each of 3 trial sites. Two sites were placed in NYS (Central and Northern NY) while one was in Northern VT. A PDF document listing preliminary data tables may be accessed in at this link:

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