Uncle Buck treats Swilley and the camera crew to a water park adventure on the Suwannee.
Gustafson crew wakes up early to rig a new dropline, the cable that holds the choker to the skyline carriage, and bears the weight of the logs as they are pulled up to the landings.
In Alaska, logging is a family business. The men of Papac Alaska bring their kids to the site for the day.
Ax Women Casey Daugherty and Belinda Stanga take to the waters of the swamp and the Suwannee to show the men how it's done.
After S&S learns about the Swuannee River Goddess, they try to give back in exchange for the logs they take.
Shelby's closest companion on the swamp is his dog, Piss Willy.
R&R Conner's rookie pilots go on a ride-along with Bart, in the notoriously sickness-inducing right seat. Will they make it without losing their lunch?
Pihl crew's Kyle teaches field producer how to climb a tree in spurs, just like a real logger, to mount his camera 60 feet above the ground.
Darrell's crew must use explosives to build a road before the rain hits, cutting off access to the logging site.
Oregon's got a new logging outfit, and new company owner Levi Brown needs to round up his crew.
After 40 years of logging, Craig Rygaard%u2019s hands have been branded with the marks of time.
Florida local Nikki Douglas boards Logzilla to lend a hand.
The horse loggers of Virginia and ox loggers of New Hampshire go the extra mile to care for their living machines.
In Montana, greenhorn Jesse is getting his first lesson in timber falling from Siderius' lead cutter Drew.
Learn how logging is passed through the generations.