Ever since its humble beginning in 1953, National Wood Carvers Association has shown remarkable success and growth, boasting members in every
NWCA's aims are to promote the woodcarving fellowship among its members, encourage exhibitions and area get-togethers, list tool and wood suppliers, and find markets for those who sell their work - in short, anything that aids the carver and/or whittler.
Many distinguished professional wood-carvers in the U.S. and abroad share their know-how with fellow members. NWCA proudly lists several internationally famous authors of carving books on its roster.
Membership dues are US$16 per year (US$18 for residents of
If you haven't already, join all the other woodcarving enthusiasts in the NWCA. For membership form and instructions, click here.
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National Wood Carvers Association