Forest History Association Of Wisconsin

Educating the citizens of Wisconsin on the history and importance of our forests in the continued growth of our state.

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Upcoming Events / Webinars

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Planning for our future: Wisconsin’s 2020 Forest Action Plan

Wednesday, May 19 @ 6:30 pm
Zoom Webinar

The 2020 Forest Action Plan offers us an opportunity for reflection and to chart our path forward. During this webinar, we will discuss the value of the Forest Action Plan, the collaborative process for developing the 2020 Plan, and key findings and goals as we look to the future.

Presented by:
Amanda Koch, the Wisconsin DNR, Division of Forestry Planner
Colleen Matula, the Wisconsin DNR, Division of Forestry Forest Ecologist/Silviculturist

Zoom Webinar Registration


Featured Collection

Menominee Logging Camp

The whole family will enjoy a trip through the largest and most complete logging museum in the United States. Guides are available to explain the many old logging artifacts as you tour the bunk-house, cook shanty, wood butcher’s shop, blacksmith shop, saw filer’s shack, horse barn, and old time camp office. Located on the Wild Wolf River at Grignon Rapids just below the famous Keshena Falls, the seven log buildings of the complex will bring back the roaring times of the earliest days of Wisconsin’s first industry , logging. Located in Keshena , Wisconsin.