JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Department of Agriculture is hosting a 5-day lumber grading short course in conjunction with the National Hardwood Lumber Association (NHLA) June 10-14, 2019 in Fayette, Missouri.
The training is open to 20 people in the forestry industry who are interested in learning how to grade lumber. Anyone who received the training certification in the past may still take this training as a refresher course or for professional development/educational credits.
By the end of the 5-day training, attendees should be able to successfully grade lumber. The training will also empower participants to grow themselves and their businesses, increase market opportunities for their businesses and establish a more efficient production line in their workplaces.
This event is free to all Missourians; anyone outside of Missouri will be charged $50. The Department will pay for the 5-day lumber grading short course fees and lunch daily for everyone. All participants are responsible for their own travel costs, lodging, and daily breakfast and dinner. Nearest hotel accommodations can be made in Boonville or Columbia.
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— Missouri Department of Agriculture
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