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

Staying Healthy with Coronavirus Disruption

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) public and business restrictions/closures continue to have an increased impact on Oregon communities, AOL continues its business operations. We are committed prevent its potential spread and minimize disruption impacts.

We want you to know that at AOL, the health and well-being of our staff, family, and our members is a priority. We are monitoring the outbreak status to follow guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) and state government, to help keep you and our team members be healthy and safe on the job.

We are adjusting our business during the disruption to be tailored to each situation and within current limits— ensuring AOL business remains operational to serve our members and associates. We will be keeping the AOL Salem office open and continue cautious in-person service. Our team will be available to you by phone, email, mail and online.

AOL respects the costly toll this vast coronavirus disruption is putting on so many business and human aspects of those with whom we work. As necessary, we may adjust, postpone or reschedule.

Precautions – Clean Workplace/Social Distancing

AOL’s team continues to implement these coronavirus health and prevention measures:

  • Social distancing -- 6-foot separation between people; minimum 3-foot
  • Clean workplace – Place hygiene posters; thorough cleaning practices
  • Wipe touch-points -- Frequently wipe & sanitize door handles, keypads, switches
  • Personal hygiene --Wash hands often; avoid touching face; elbow-cover any cough
  • No hand-shake -- Don’t hand-shake or hug
  • In-person contact less -- Limit meetings to individual or small groups; limit frequency as appropriate; consider contact alternatives such as phone or postponing
  • Isolate-if – Limit yourself if exposed to someone with flu symptoms
  • Sick stay home -- Remain at home if feeling sick
  • Think & act healthy -- Use your patience to adapt

Oregon Dept. of Forestry (ODF) – Service Changes

As an example of changes happening at an agency doing business with AOL members, ODF remains open under adjusted terms:

  1. Field work, meet-ups, and calls will continue, while respecting social distancing
  2. Offices open, BUT by-appointment-only, effective March 23
  3. Core business upheld, BUT group meetings cancelled near-term (check before going)

I wish you the best during these difficult times and, as always, appreciate your continued support of our association.

Rex Storm

Interim Executive, Associated Oregon Loggers


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