The Birthplace of Forest Conservation in America

October 4, Forest Festival Day and John G. Palmer Intercollegiate Woodsmen’s Meet

 

Saturday October 4, 2014

More than 80 traditional craftsmen, exhibitors, forestry students, and entertainers gather at the Cradle of Forestry to celebrate our forests and forest heritage. Highlights include wood carvers, weavers, a blacksmith, fly fishing, archery, horse drawn wagon rides, and the John G. Palmer Intercollegiate Woodsmen’s Meet, a lumberjack competition, organized by Haywood Community College.  For those needing assistance, onsite transportation will be provided by Accents On Ashville.

Admission to the Cradle of Forestry for this event is $6.00 for ages 16 and up, $3.00 for youth 4-15 and America the Beautiful and Golden Age pass holders, free for children under four years old.

 

is the presenting sponsor for Forest Festival Day at the Cradle of Forestry in America.

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