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Virtual Women's Chainsaw Safety 101

Virtual

Attend to learn the basics of chainsaw safety! Topics will include:
• Personal protective equipment
• Buying and maintaining a saw
• Safe chainsaw operation
• Answers to your chainsaw questions!

Cost: $10
We understand this is a difficult time for many. If you would
like to attend but are unable to pay the fee, please provide us
your email address in this form and we will send you a code to
register for free: go.ncsu.edu/chainsawdiscount
An internet connection will be required to join.
Registration is required by Thursday, June 11.
Space is limited.

Register: go.ncsu.edu/virtualchainsaw101
Questions? Contact Laurel Kays at (919) 513-2573 or lekays@ncsu.edu

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Thank you for sharing Laurel! I did update the "Location" field in this post to say "Virtual" since you had put the registration link in the body. In Connect Extension, putting a URL in that field does not make it clickable and it looks funky on the side widget. 

Hi,
I tried to register for the women's chainsaw safety and it came back as an error. The registration page is not popping up.
Thank you,

Rebecca Koetz
Extension Educator - Urban Agriculture
Purdue Extension-Lake County
2293 N Main St
Crown Point, IN 46307
e: busser@purdue.edu
p: 219-755-3240

Try now - the link should work now. Sorry about that!

Hi,
I tried to register for the women's chainsaw safety and it came back as an error. The registration page is not popping up.
Thank you,

Rebecca Koetz
Extension Educator - Urban Agriculture
Purdue Extension-Lake County
2293 N Main St
Crown Point, IN 46307
e: busser@purdue.edu
p: 219-755-3240
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