National Forest Homeowners 2015 Conference
May 1 & 2, Vancouver, WA
Celebrating 100 Years of the Cabin Program:
Looking Back, Looking Forward
Join us for the 2015 National Forest Homeowners Conference, May 1 & 2, in Vancouver, Washington. With the milestone of a 100-year national forest cabin legacy, and now the new Cabin Fee Act stabilizing permit fees for the future, we've got a lot to celebrate!
Don't miss interesting and educational sessions as we look back at the first 100 years of the cabin program and look ahead to the next 100 years. Hear knowledgeable experts on fascinating cabin history, the brand-new Cabin Fee Act, estate planning, forest health and fires, maintaining historic cabins, the every-popular Cabins 101, and more. And spend some quality time with NFH board and staff, U.S. Forest Service leadership, and your cabin-owner friends and neighbors. Of course, we close our festivities on Saturday evening with the annual NFH Awards Banquet. Click here for a complete final conference program.
We are especially excited to hear from retired USFS historian, Jerry Williams, about the history of the cabin program and to host our friends and partners from the Washington, DC Forest Service office, Region 6, and Mount Hood National Forest. With the history theme, we will also offer an optional screening of the award-winning The Greatest Good: A Forest Service Centennial Film.
REGISTER ONLINE NOW to receive your early registration discount (fees go up after April 24). Call 800-669-9971 if you prefer to register by mail.
Book your room at the beautiful Heathman Lodge by April 16 at 888-475-3100 (click here for hotel information and other conference details). Be sure to mention that you are with National Forest Homeowners to receive our room block discount. For those flying in, make your airport shuttle reservations at least 10 days in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you in Vancouver!