Dolly Chapman has been working with crosscut saws for the U.S. Forest Service for many years and is an expert at sharpening and tuning crosscuts. Recently retired, Dolly is excited to share her expertise, experience and vast knowledge of crosscuts with anyone who is interested. This class will focus on sharpening, tuning and overall maintenance and care for crosscut saws.
Where: Calpine Community Hall, CA
Who: SCA staff, Agency partners, general public
When: October 12 to October 14; 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Participants are required to bring their own vise for holding the saw. SCA will send out plans to build your own vise once your registration is complete. Participants are also encouraged to bring their own files and crosscut saws if possible. Some lodging options are: Sierra Valley Lodge or the Sierra Hot Springs Resort & Retreat Center. The Canyon Ranch Resort is also just outside of Sierraville. Food is not provided.
Course is limited to 8 participants. Register early to get your spot!
Email Tom Moutsos or Dolly Chapman for more information.