Students get simulated experience with forestry equipment

June 8, 2017

By: Cindy Macdonald, editor

Students at Merritt Secondary School are getting a feel for what it’s like to operate heavy machinery used in the forestry and mining industries, reports the Merritt Herald.

MSS has brought in simulators from Vancouver Island University, allowing students to practice driving four different types of machines —a dangle head processor, feller bunches, live heel log loader and an excavator.

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