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An international organization of builders, paddlers, and admirers of wooden and bark canoes.
Atop a "farmer-modified" 1928 Pontiac pickup sits soon to be restored 1937 Willits #552 owned by Bob Johnson of Puyallup, Washington. This was a much talked about pair during this past August's Willits gathering in Gig Harbor, Washington. See page 14 for additional Willits gathering images.
Wooden Canoe Journal
Wooden Canoe, the journal of the Wooden Canoe Heritage Association, is one of the primary benefits of membership in the WCHA.
Wooden Canoe is published four times each year, and each 32-page issue is packed with articles about canoe building and restoration, canoe tripping and wildnerness skills, stories about the history and romance of the wooden canoe, news about the WCHA and its Chapters, classified ads, and much, much more. And its all in full color!
Here's the cover of our current issue. Scroll down to check out what's inside!
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