The WCHA is a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to preserving, studying, building, restoring, and using wooden and bark canoes, and to sharing information about canoeing heritage throughout the world.
Photo Credit: Jim and Betsy Wilson
Held in conjunction with the
Join us in July of 2023 for another incredible week of canoe fun and friendship.
Please call Annie Burke at the WCHA office to register.
Here's a curated list of available books for the wooden canoe enthusiast!
When you shop from the links in this list, the WCHA benefits financially. Thank you for your support!
Thanks to a lot of work by dedicated WCHA members, you can now view a pdf file of the covers and table of contents from every issue of Wooden Canoe Journal since the very beginning! Please be patient. As you can imagine, it's a large file and may take a while depending on your internet speed.
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Owning wooden canoes is like keeping rabbits; one is lonely so you get two and then there are many!