November 20, 2017
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Forest Heritage Days

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There’s only one place in Maine where you can take a bus tour through the state’s magnificent working forests, try your hand at ax throwing, cheer on your favorite logger as they race head-to-head in a speed cutting competition and eat a traditional bean hole dinner all in one weekend. The 23rd annual Forest Heritage Days (FHD) returns to Greenville on Friday, Aug. 8 and Saturday, Aug. 9 at Greenville Consolidated School, 130 Pritham Ave.

This free, family-friendly event honors the state’s most historic industry and celebrates Maine’s woods by combining education and entertainment in a unique way, while maintaining a focus on forestry stewardship and sustainability.

For full event details and information, visit www.forestheritagedays.com.