Associated Oregon Loggers, Inc.
2015 Madrona Avenue, Salem, OR

Welcome to the Associated Oregon Loggers

Associated Oregon Loggers, Inc. (AOL) is the statewide trade association representing some 1,000 member companies engaged in the harvest and sustainable forest management of Oregon’s 30 million acres of forestland. “Logger and Proud of It!”

Introduction to AOL


Recent News

Lane Forestry Workshop & Effective Forest Roads Workshop

CABLE ANCHORING WORKSHOP FOR LOGGING: Failure Mechanisms, Safe Design and New Technologies - November 19, 2018

Monday, November 19, 2018 8:30am-3:00pm in Eugene. AOL credits available (6 OPL-Regular credits)            Registration online: https://apps.ideal-logic.com/osuextension?key=F3T9-25VWY_K9KH-5PTF_765d7396

This workshop is aimed to forestry workers working on cable logging operations, especially in small diameter timber. The workshop will have a conceptual approach to better understand why we need to take certain actions to secure towers, find and set up anchors and work with safety factors. We will review deadman anchors and multi stump anchors in detail and learn with examples what are the consequences of changing anchor angles in terms of loading. We will explain what are the effects of soil type in anchor capacity and how to set up a synthetic rope multi-stump anchor.

EFFECTIVE FOREST ROADS - December 1, 2018

Saturday, December 1, 2018 10:0am-4:00pm Tyee Rd, Umpqua. AOL credits available (5 OPL-Regular credits)       Located approx. 40 minutes from Roseburg (Address provided upon registration)                                              Register online:: https://extension.oregonstate.edu/douglas  (Scroll down to "Events" and select "Effective Forest Roads")  Registration must be received by Nov. 26th @ 5pm

Use your road maintenance dollars effectively. Learn to assess your existing road for potential problems and prioritize repairs. Workshop covers maintenance and improvement techniques, water quality and aquatic habitat concerns, regulations, contracts, and technical and financial assistance available to small woodland owners.The workshop will be split into two parts: a morning classroom session, and afternoon field tour.


AOL Event Calendar