Hey Southern VT Folks, There’s still room in this class!
Join us for the opportunity to learn how to use and maintain chainsaws safely at this workshop coordinated by the Women’s Ag Network and the UVM Extension New Farmer Project— Chainsaws 101: Safe Use, Maintenance, and Repair. The workshop will be held in Townshend, Vermont and cover chainsaw safety, information on choosing the right saw for the job, saw sharpening and basic maintenance, and hands-on time cutting logs.
Registration is required as space is limited to 10 participants per workshop. The cost is $35. To register go to tinyurl.com/UVMChainsaw101 , call 223-2389 x 203, or email email@example.com . Participants should come prepared for the weather, bring a bag dinner, and wear sturdy shoes, gloves, and work clothes.
May 27, 4-7 pm, Kindle Farm School, Townshend, VT
Registration Deadline: May 20
Instructor: Earl Cook, Instructor of Carpentry Trades at the Kindle Farm School