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Paul Bunyan Lumberjack Show

Lumberjacks Culture / December 20, 2020

Friday, October 7
8:00 am
Starting Ceremonies
9:00 am
Ohio Master Logger Re-Certification
(additional cost pertains, pre-registration required, Master Loggers just) (pre-register here)
Area: Knowledge Hall
9:30 am

Solar Drying of Lumber (Additional charge relates. Purchase tickets at Show Office.)
Solar power drying provides a very good way to dried out lumber inexpensively with minimal understanding of the drying process. With kiln dried lumber you'll increase your market and add price. In this session you will see the basic principles of solar lumber drying out with a focus on design and procedure associated with the Virginia Tech Solar Kiln. Plans the kiln are going to be supplied. Presenter, Brian H. Bond is a co-employee Professor and Extension Specialist within the division of lasting Biomaterials at Virginia Tech.
Place: Sawmill & Woodlot Seminar Hall (Guernsey Co. Soil & liquid Conservation Dist. Bldg.)

10:00 am
Great Lakes Timber Show
This lumberjack program features chainsaw carving, axe throwing, lumber chopping, one and two-man crosscut sawing, altered chainsawing, log rolling and loads of clean family members humor.
Location: Bunyan Blvd. South end of Fairgrounds
Sponsored by Kasco/Woodmax Blades and Rudd Equipment
11:00 am

Chainsaw Maintenance and gratification
Join the individuals from Husqvarna and Arbor Masters for an informative demonstration about how to sustain your chainsaw and ensure that is stays operating at its most useful.
Location: Husqvarna Chainsaw Arena
Sponsored by Husqvarna.

12:00 pm

Precision Tree Felling
Husqvarna and Arbor Masters will demonstrate how to fell a tree safely and land it accurately.
Location: Husqvarna Chain Saw Arena
Sponsored by Husqvarna

12:00 pm
Great Lakes Timber Show
This lumberjack program features chainsaw carving, axe throwing, lumber chopping, one and two-man crosscut sawing, changed chainsawing, log-rolling and plenty of clean family members humor.
Area: Bunyan Blvd., Southern end of Fairgrounds
Sponsored by Kasco/Woodmax Blades and Rudd Gear
12:30 pm
Sawing for Grade and Patterns in Hardwoods - Part 1 (Additional charge pertains. Buy seats at Show Office.)
Numerous sawing patterns are used to maximize the value of product produced from a hardwood log. Within program different sawing techniques will be talked about, including class sawing and quartersawing. This program will include sawing exercises not to just show the topics presented but enable the participants to utilize their newly learned knowledge.
Presenter: Brian H. Bond is a co-employee Professor and Extension professional when you look at the division of Sustainable Biomaterials at Virginia Tech.
Area: Sawmill & Woodlot Seminar Hall (Guernsey Co. Soil & Water Conservation Dist. Bldg.)
1:00 pm
The 2016 Great Firewood Shootout™
Everyone enthusiastic about creating firewood would want to watch this thrilling and informative side-by-side event where firewood processor producers gather to show manufacturing capabilities of these sawmills. Location: Shootout Arena
Sponsored by Independent Sawmill & Woodlot Magazine
2:00 pm
Great Lakes Timber Show
This lumberjack program features chainsaw carving, axe throwing, timber chopping, one and two-man crosscut sawing, altered chainsawing, log rolling and loads of clean household humor.
Area: Bunyan Blvd., South end of Fairgrounds
Sponsored by Kasco/Woodmax Blades and Rudd Gear
2:30 pm

Arborist Climbing Skills
Husqvarna and Arbor Masters prove arborist climbing protection and practices.
Place: Husqvarna Chain Saw Arena
Sponsored by Husqvarna.

3:00 pm

Sawing for Grade and Patterns in Hardwoods - Part 2 (Additional charge applies. Buy passes at Show Office.)
Numerous sawing patterns are used to maximize the worth of product made out of a hardwood sign. Within session various sawing methods are discussed, including class sawing and quartersawing. This program includes sawing workouts never to just show the subjects provided but permit the participants to put on their newly discovered knowledge.
Presenter: Brian H. Bond is an Associate Professor and Extension Specialist in Department of Sustainable Biomaterials at Virginia Tech.
Location: Sawmill & Woodlot Seminar Hall (Guernsey Co. Soil & Water Conservation Dist. Bldg.)

3:00 pm
Ohio State Lumberjack Competition
View as lumberjacks from State of Ohio compete in horizontal chopping, open chainsaw, axe throwing and cross-cut sawing (2 individual and Jack & Jill).
Open to Ohio residents only.
Location: Techniques Stadium Sponsored by Columbus Equipment, Stihl, Bryan Gear
3:30 pm

Precision Tree Felling
Husqvarna and Arbor Masters will demonstrate how-to fell a tree safely and land it accurately.
Place: Husqvarna Chain Saw Arena

Source: www.ohioforest.org