CHAINSAW & PERSONAL SAFETY WORKSHOP

november, 2020

19novAll DayCHAINSAW & PERSONAL SAFETY WORKSHOPElk River Wildlife Management Area, Sutton, WV

Event Details

Location – Elk River Wildlife Management Area, Sutton, WV
Contact – 304-558-2788 Option 3 to register.
NO WALK-INS WILL BE ACCEPTED. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.

IMPORTANT NOTES

  • MASKS ARE REQUIRED. ATTENDEES, PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN.
  • SOCIAL DISTANCING IS REQUIRED AND CDC GUIDELINES ARE FOLLOWED.
  • HARD HATS AND BOOTS ARE REQUIRED.
  • Please dress appropriately for the weather.
  • Bring your own writing utensil (pen or pencil).
  • Please bring identification (Photo ID is preferred).

DIRECTIONS to Elk River Wildlife Management Area
Take exit 67 (flatwoods exit) of interstate 79
Turn right on Route 4 South and go 1.1 miles to Laurel Court
Turn left on Route 15 East and travel 1.1 miles to parking lot on left just after turning on to Bee Run Road.

Time

All Day (Thursday)

Location

Elk River Wildlife Management Area, Sutton, WV

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