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Forest Fest
A Celebration of All the Forest Has to Offer!
FREE, Fun, Family event held the first SATURDAY of August each year

Forest Fest 2014 featured a logging equipment demonstration, the inaugural Amazing Forest Race, "That Tree" photographer Mark Hirsch, the UW-Stevens Point Timbersports Team, paper making demonstrations, geocaching, live birds of prey, a children's fishing pond, guided trail walks, tree identification, horse-drawn wagon rides, vendors, exhibitors, food, entertainment and more!


"Anniversary Trees," a queen-size quilt created by the Cranberry Country Quilters: Nancy Harbath of Green Bay

Mama & Papa Bear Chairs, woven by Maggie Bishop, former director of Trees For Tomorrow: Tom Santopoelo of Roscoe, IL

Chainsaw-carved Bear by Ken Schels: Norb Haas of Norway, MI

St. Croix Walleye Fishing Rod & Reel: Andrew Ruhl

"Osprey in the Wilderness" matted and framed photograph by Kurt Krueger, publisher of the Vilas County News-Review: Ashley Johnson of Shawano.



Kim Warkentin of Madison won a $1,000 scholarship to Trees For Tomorrow to donate to a group of her choosing. The drawing was open to all Trees For Tomorrow alumni. Warkentin attended Trees For Tomorrow as part of the Wisconsin Land-Water Youth Conservation Camp.

Check out these photos from Forest Fest 2014, and SAVE THE DATE for the 5th ANNUAL FOREST FEST: Saturday, August 1, 2015.

All proceeds support natural resources education for youth!

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