4-H Forestry Invitational

2021 National 4-H Forestry Invitational


The 2021 National 4-H Forestry Invitational will be a Virtual Event on July 26-29!

We are inviting your state to qualify a 4-H forestry team to compete in this virtual contest.

If your state has never competed in the Forestry Invitational, 2021 would be an excellent opportunity to get your state involved in this exciting and challenging 4-H event! 

To pre-register your state for the Invitational and be included on the mailing list for competition registration details, please complete the “Intent to Participate” form.

Please indicate your intent by June 28, 2021.

Additional Resources:

2021 National 4-H Forestry Invitational Handbook

2021 National 4-H Forestry Invitational Glossary

2021 National 4-H Forestry Quiz Bowl and Exam Study Guide


SHARP Logger Update Class & Trucking Safety

Registration is Required.

Contact the SHARP Logger Program at 540-231-6494 or sharplogger@vt.edu.



For more information and to register:
Free to attend!


Featured Videos

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Bill Worrell takes you on a tour of harvested sites in Appalachian hardwood forests. He shows you how these forests naturally regenerate following a harvest.
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Virginia's Big Tree Program
Featuring Riley Musick, whose Bitternut Hickory submitted to the Russell County 4-H Big Tree Contest was just named a new Virignia State Champion.
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A fifty minute pre-recorded webinar that covers the basics of selling your timber. Presented by Virginia Cooperative Extension foresters Adam Downing and Bill Worrell, and Jennifer Gagnon, Virginia Forest Landowner Education Program Coordinator.
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In this video, Virginia Cooperative Extension's Bill Worrell takes you on a walk through the woods to look at red maples tapped for sap collection and then to a sugar shack to see how the sap is processed into syrup.
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Join Bill Worrell for an exclusive tour of Speyside's SW Virginia stave and cooperage mills and watch a white oak log become a bourbon barrel. Also learn from Virginia Cooperative Extension's Brian Bond the reason why white oak is THE oak for barrel production.
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Join Virginia Cooperative Extension's Bill Worrell and Wally Smith from the University of Virginia at Wise to learn about the biology and habitat of the green salamander.

Click HERE to view more videos on the

Virginia Forest Landowner Education Program’s YouTube Channel.