Redwood Region Logging Conference

Show ‘N Shine Competition

The 2019 Redwood Region Logging Conference was held in Eureka, California, from March 14-16. President Jake Morris shared the Conference’s theme, “Here Yesterday, Here Today, Here for Tomorrow.” The Show ‘N Shine Competition provided the opportunity for local high school students to show off their skills and a chance to win fabulous prizes.

The Show ‘N Shine Competition included logging equipment and displays. The event featured classes, exhibits, social events, a wildlife show, and historical demonstrations. Over 1,200 students participated in the event, and attendees provided transportation. Axe-chopping demonstrations and hand-and-power saw bucking are some demonstrations that participants will have the opportunity to see.

There are many ways to win a show ‘n shine competition at the Redwood Region Logging Conference. The event is free and includes several activities for children. A different contest winner will be announced each year for the Achievement and Shining Star awards.

Timberman’s Banquet and Auction

The annual Timberman’s Banquet and Auction at the Redwood Region logging conference honors the work of logging professionals. This event is held annually and has a long history. The event celebrates the work of local loggers, who are instrumental in the growth of the Redwood Region. It has also been a significant fundraiser for the Redwood Region’s logging industry.

The event has many highlights, including a logging skills competition and a social event. It also features a wildlife show and historical demonstrations. More than 1,200 people attend the Conference, and transportation is provided for everyone. This year’s Conference was a huge success. Over one thousand students attended, including more than two dozen students from local schools. The Conference offers workshops, seminars, and workshops for those in the logging industry.

The Conference’s public relations committee has been working to improve the Conference. The chairman of this committee, Ron Voss, has been assigned to make the Conference stronger and more efficient. The committee has also created Goal Committees to determine how the Conference can improve.

The timberman’s Conference begins with an Education Day on Thursday when students from local schools will visit logging equipment and see the Lumberjack Timbersports teams in action. Students will also participate in a Historical Display and a Beer and Wine Tasting. The Annual Business Meeting and Career Day for High School Forestry Contest will also be held on Friday. The event ends with a Timberman’s Banquet and Auction hosted at the Arcata Community Center. The event is open to the public, and admission is FREE.

The Conference was sponsored by the Redwood Region Logging Association, a group of logging and equipment companies. The event has a long history. Since its beginning, Timberman’s Banquet and Auction has become an annual tradition in the region.

New equipment

The Redwood Region Logging Conference and Equipment Show feature a wide variety of logging and other equipment, including new machines and motorsports equipment. Other exhibitors include timber, glass, and battery companies. A log loader competition is one of the most popular events at the Redwood Region Logging Conference and Equipment Show.

The 2022 Redwood Region Logging Conference was held last weekend at the Redwood Acres Fairgrounds in Eureka. This event also features a Lumberjack and Jill show. In addition, the Wild Things exhibit features educational displays about various wild animals. In addition, logging professionals can learn about sustainable forestry certification programs and first aid.

The Conference also included panel discussions on the conference theme and logging equipment displays. There will also be a logging equipment parade on Saturday evening. The fair will also feature a giant redwood stump, which will be donated to the fairgrounds and displayed. The Conference will include other events, such as a ladies’ lunch, loggers lunch, and cocktail hour. There will also be band concerts and aerial fireworks to mark the occasion.


At the annual Redwood Region Logging Conference, you’ll have the chance to explore jobs in the logging industry. Companies such as Humboldt Redwood Company, North Coast Ag Partners, the Humboldt County Farm Bureau, Green Diamond Resource Company, and others will be present to answer questions and provide details about their programs. Those interested in forestry can also find scholarships for a truck driving course through the Conference’s sponsors.

The Conference will include panels on various topics and logging equipment displays, including a giant redwood stump. This stump will be presented to the fair directors and put on permanent display at the fairgrounds. There will also be dancing, a loggers’ lunch, a ladies’ lunch, and a band concert. The evening will culminate with aerial fireworks.

Career-oriented programs like these attract the next generation of lumber workers in the Pacific Northwest. At the Redwood Region Resource Rally, 200 high school students from seven northern California counties attended. Students could choose from two career paths: forestry or fisheries. There was also a drone demonstration, and representatives from the Humboldt County Office of Education and Humboldt College were on site to share their experiences.

In addition to logging, students can learn about diesel mechanics and heavy equipment operator jobs by taking a diesel mechanic course. A heavy equipment shop in Scotia hired two participants after attending the Conference. They also met representatives from CAT (Compact-Automatic Transmission), which offers online and classroom training.

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