SAWW 2: Log Blog

There are not many things more dangerous than a chainsaw. Maybe a gun, maybe a hippopotamus, but certainly chainsaws are up there. This year's Safety and Woods Working course (SAWW) gave all 10 participants a healthy new respect for such a powerful machine squashing all notions of "yeah, yeah,I know what I'm doing." Turns out even the organizer (a 35 y/o firefighter who has been running a chainsaw for 45 years) learned a thing or two. The course was supported with funding from the Washington Fire Adapted Communities Network which holds a federal grant from the BLM to empower communities like ours to adapt and live with fire. Check out some of our previous blog posts to get a better understan

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