Welcome to The Logger's Wife™

The Logger’s Wife™ was created by a logger’s wife and daughter-in-law as an online community for logging families. A place where we can come and proudly say, I love my logger! We also strive to educate the general public about the logging industry.

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Notice: It’s OK to print this email

May 6th, 2016 by

Received an email from another logger’s wife this morning and just had to share the signature they use on their outgoing emails. Love it!

“Notice: It’s OK to print this email. Paper is a biodegradable, renewable, sustainable product made from trees. Growing and harvesting trees provides jobs for millions of Americans. Working forests are good for the environment and provide clean air and water, wildlife habitat and carbon storage. Thanks to improved forest management, we have more trees in America today than we had 100 years ago.”

Logging Themed Birthday Cakes

July 3rd, 2014 by

Looking for a little inspiration for your logger’s (or little loggers) next birthday? Check out our pinterest board of cakes!

The Logger’s Wife Cookbook and 2014 Calendar!

September 30th, 2013 by

Don’t forget to submit your favorite recipes for this year’s edition of the Logger’s Wife Cookbook and your fav logging photos for inclusion in the 2014 calendar!

Loggers paint timber harvester pink to raise funds to fight cancer

May 14th, 2013 by

Dustin Marquis looks pretty good in pink.

Good thing, too, since the 29-year-old northern Maine logger is going to be spending a big chunk of time surrounded by the color after painting his Tigercat feller buncher timber harvester bright pink as a quirky way to bring attention to a very serious cause.

“I was listening to people talking about someone being diagnosed with cancer not long ago,” Marquis said during an informal gathering at the pink machine Friday morning. “I went home and told my wife I could not imagine having to explain a cancer diagnosis to our kids.”

After hearing about more and more people in the area dealing with cancer, he decided to do something about it.

“I wanted to do something to give back to the area,” he said. “So I came up with an idea to raise funds based on the hours the feller buncher runs.”

It was a noble notion made more noticeable after Marquis’ employer, Mike Nadeau, owner of White Oak Inc., agreed to paint the giant machine bright pink.

“I have to say, it’s really pink,” Marquis said.

Pink may not be the signature color of loggers, but it is the color most closely associated with cancer awareness, and the feller buncher has already attracted attention from around the region.

“It’s really amazing how many people got involved with this,” Marquis said.

Sponsors and volunteers seemed to come out of the woodwork, all wanting to be a part of the project and the newly created fund-raising organization Loggers for Cancer.  Click here to read the whole story…

New Monster Log Truck Birthday Collection

March 7th, 2013 by

We’ve added a fun, new design to the Kid’s section featuring a “Monster Logging Truck” that can be personalized with any age.
Monster Log Truck

In partnership with Sunnyside Print & Party of Etsy,  matching birthday invites are also available!