All NYLT Users, if they have registered and have a password, are able to register ON LINE for workshops starting in February, 2019.  If you do not yet have your log in registered, please follow the instructions on the home page to REQUEST ACCESS.  Once we have verified your registration, you will be notified via email and will be able to proceed with an on line registration!

WAC Releases BMP App

Sep 3 2020

The NYS BMP guide is now available for download!. This App, developed by the Watershed Ag Council,  is the online version of the New York State Voluntary Forestry Best Management Practices for Water Quality BMP Field Guide which was developed in cooperation with Agency and Forestry Community representatives. This guide is a practical tool for loggers, foresters, woodlot owners, and others involved in timber harvest operations and field work concerning erosion and water quality. Here are the links to the apple store for download and the google store for android devices. 

 Apple Store

Google Play


Fall 2020 Schedule of Workshops Now Available

Aug 31 2020

NYLT has completed te 2020 Schedule of Fall Workshops.  Follow this link for the full schedule.  Registration is open!

Rare Threatened and Endangered Species BMP Guide

Mar 24 2020

Available for you to download and review, please find the Rare Threatened and Endagnered Species BMP Guide.

Directions for Available Pre-Approved On Line Credits For NYLT

Oct 17 2019

New York Logger Training, Inc. is pleased to provide convenient and interesting on-line webinars which provide credits for loggers seeking thier recertification at any level.  NYLT periodically updates our offerings of pre-approved available on line credits so if you're in need of some credits, take a look!

 In order to take advantage of these workshops, follow these easy steps:

1. Know your NYLT Logger ID.  If you don't know this number, please contact NYLT at (518) 463-1297 or email Janet at

2. Follow this link.  

3. From there you will  see a list of webinars, their discriptions and length of time.  1.5 hour courses are valued at .25 NYLT CE credit.  2 hour plus courses are valued at .5 NYLT CE credits be lead through a series of prompts to complete the process. 

4. Once completed, records will be sent directly to NYLT, on a monthly basis.  If a logger desires, they can forward the certificate they recieve via emails at the completion of the workshop to NYLT for immediate credit.