The Florida Forestry Association administers the Master Logger program for the Florida-State Implementation Committee (FL-SIC). The program is designed to enhance the professionalism of loggers through training in safety, timber harvesting, business and environmental regulations.
Please note: The Florida Forestry Association is not engaged in legal, accounting, financial and other professional counseling or referral services. The Association does not assume any responsibility for the actual practices of the Master Loggers listed on this web site. Landowners and other interested parties are encouraged to contact an attorney and/or professional forester for help in developing a logging contract.
To register for the virtual class “Identifying and Managing Forests With Exceptional Conservation Value,” click here. This one-hour online course will explain the elements of a FECV – including forests with critically imperiled (G1) and imperiled (G2) species and communities, and what are some of the endangered and threatened plants and animals in Florida’s forests. This class will show participants how to use available information tools to help them manage forestry activities to take into account FECVs.
If you took a class outside of the association, you can register your credits online and pay the $75 FL-SIC fee here. If you’d like to pay via check, please complete the 2023 CLE Renewal Application and mail to the address below.
Early registration is recommended (form and payment must be received prior to a workshop). Walk-ins are not accepted at any of the training workshops.
For more information, please contact: