Have you always wanted to be a sawyer? Now's your chance to try it out in the company of other women and nonbinary folks.
Cutting a log into planks is no small feat, but instructors Larissa Huff and Elisabeth Arzt, with chainsaws and portable mill, will take students through the process of assessing a fallen tree, stabilizing it, problem solving the tree's quirks as well as those of the terrain around it, cutting away unwanted parts, milling its trunk into planks, and stacking them correctly to dry and season.
On the weekend of June 29-30 2019, we will be milling a giant, 100s year old beech tree.
- Day 1: Saturday, June 29th, 8am-2pm
enrollment is limited to women and gender non-conforming people over the age of 18. (questions about what this means? email us!)
- Day 2: Sunday, June 30th, 8am-2pm
enrollment is open to all genders.
This is the registration page for Day 1: Saturday June 29th, ONLY. Click here to go to the registration page for Day 2.
Open to all skill levels.
WOO is a non-profit safe space for training underrepresented genders in our field. As such, enrollment is limited to women and gender non-conforming folks over the age of 18.