Something on the area in which I live.
Online store based in USA - sells all sorts of forestry and arboricultural supplies including chainsaw carving accessories.
All you need to know about chain and bar maintenance and trouble-shooting. You can even download their excellent Maintenance and Safety Manual and print it off. It also contains all the information you need on the selection of chains they manufacture.
And what they like to see regarding chainsaw use, plus industry "Best Practice" recommendation.
Awarding body for chainsaw operating qualifications.
Land-based training organisation.
A great place to ask questions about chainsaw carving.
The largest gathering of chainsaw artists in the world. 150 of them in 2003.
Stockist of carving bars and a range of chainsaws to fit. Will also stock chain and sprockets to set up saws with the carving kit.
Ed Has unfortunately died. His website still seems to be active, so I'll maintain the link.
Catalogue of their products including carving bars, chain, sprockets and saws to fit.
A very inspiring site. Also useful for developing ideas (not just stealing them).
Michael is an excellent German carver who also supplies specialist chainsaw carving accessories to the European carving community.
A supplier of excellent abrasive discs and belts, esp the ceramic range.