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ORGANIZATIONS

Northwest Wood Carvers Association
P.O. Box 6092
Federal Way, WA 98063-6092
Web site: http://www.woodcarvers.org/index.htm
People interested in woodcarving as an art can improve their skills through instruction offered by this association. Activities are available to members.

The Pacific Woodworkers Guild
P.O. Box 63071
6020 Steveston Highway
Richmond, BC V7E 2K0
Canada
Web site: http://members.shaw.ca/pwwg/home.htm
British Columbians who are woodworking enthusiasts belong to this nonprofit guild.

SCHOOLS

The American Woodcarving School
21 Pompton Plains Crossroad
Wayne, NJ 07470
(973) 835-8555
Web site: http://www.americanwoodcarving.com

American Woodworking Academy, Inc.
1495 Hoff Industrial Drive
O'Fallon, MO 63366-2336
(636) 240-1804
e-mail: info@awacademy.com
Web site: http://www.awacademy.com

WEB SITES

Amateur Woodworker
http://www.am-wood.com

Amateur Woodworker, published eleven times a year, is the only magazine aimed at wookworking hobbyists. it is available at no cost on the Internet.

Better Woodworking
http://www.betterwoodworking.com/associations.htm
Online woodworking information.

PERIODICALS

Canadian Woodworking
RR #3
Burford, ON N0E 1A0
Canada
e-mail: fulcher@canadianwoodworking.com
Web site: http://www.canadianwoodworking.com/aboutus.php
Dedicated to woodworking, this national magazine is for people of all skill levels, from the hobbyist to the advanced woodworker. It features plans, projects, tips, tool reviews, coming events, and book and video reviews. It also includes information on woodturning, woodcarving,
intarsia, scroll saw, router, marquetry cabinetry, and more.

Creative Woodworks and Crafts
All American Crafts, Inc.
243 Newton-Sparta Road
Newton, NJ 07860
(973) 383-8080

Popular Woodworking
F&W Publications, Inc.
4700 East Galbraith Road
Cincinnati, OH 45236
Web site: http://www.popularwoodworking.com
In each issue, you will find plans for projects, tool reviews, and in-depth articles on woodworking techniques for the beginning, intermediate, and expert woodworker.

Woodworker's Journal
P.O. Box 56585
Boulder, CO 80322-6585
(800) 765-4119
Web site: http://www.woodworkersjournal.com/index.cfm
This journal includes plans to build great projects, reviews of woodworking tools, and lots of woodworking tips and techniqu

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