This is a collection of pulpwood industry training films from the mid-1940s. "It Pays to Be Trained" commically compares a skilled woodsman and a stubborn and untrained lumberjack who discovers that a small paycheck is his reward. "Helpful Hints in Preparing Pulpwood" details proper techniques in felling trees, the use of a pulp hook and axe, as well as setting up pickets and skids to stack a cord of wood. "Use and Care of a Bucksaw" gives a straightforward look at assembling, sharpening, and the proper use of maintenance of the versatile bucksaw. "Twitching" shows the strength of twitch horses and the cooperation between the horses and their teamsters in the woods. "Your Cord of Wood" gives a broad overview of what becomes of a cord of wood after leaving the woodlot. Total running time: 58 minutes. DVD.