Check out our 2017 NFH Seattle Conference raffle prizes here. We're also holding a wine ring toss to win a bottle to take home!
Excited about seeing Seattle? We are!
Check Out Seattle Southside.
While many of our members live in Washington state, many others are flying in or driving up to our 2017 NFH Seattle Conference.
We know the NFH annual cabin owner conference is well worth the trip - visiting Seattle just makes the trip special!
Learn about water access, sources, regulations and costs among cabin owners. Click here to read more.
Also, read results of our Cabin Insurance Survey and more information about insurance here.
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at Cedarbrook Lodge
2017 NFH Seattle Conference
NFH rate is $5/day and $10/overnight. Valet parking is extra. Be sure to ask for our rate and save $$.
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Come to Seattle and Meet Us
We're looking forward to a special event this year at the Cedarbrook Lodge in Seattle! NFH 2017 Conference in Seattle, Washington on April 21 & 22, 2017.
Register Today! Early Bird Rates
ENDING March 31, 2017.
One of our speakers will be Jerry Franklin, Professor and forest ecologist at the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, University of Washington, known as a leading visionary in forestry and conservation.
We'll have USFS speakers, informative breakouts and much more... Read more here.
2017 Permit Fee (CFA) Update
As we begin 2017, we can say with a sigh of relief that most of the Cabin Fee Act (CFA) implementation is behind us.
Click here to see the 2017 Annual Permit Fee Table and the latest CFA information.
NEW! Cabin Outreach Program
NFH leadership voted in May, 2015 to establish the Cabin Outreach Program.
The reasoning was simple. Local cabin owners would contact other local cabin owners so that NFH could learn more about cabins and cabin tracts, far and wide, so that cabin tracts and cabin owners could benefit from the collective, institutional knowledge base within the NFH network.
It’s taken over a year for this vision to coalesce into a plan, and soon the plan will become a reality.
Our new Field Director (applications now closed) will direct this outreach program and will be searching the cabin world for Cabin Outreach volunteers.
Our goal, quite simply, is to grow our cabin owner network so that we can all help each other with our collective experiences.
Vote at NFH Annual Business Meeting
Friday, April 21 in Seattle
The NFH Board recommends a change to the bylaws that will allow us to hold online elections, save resources and engage more members in NFH elections. Read more here.