The main celebration of 2018 World Wood Day (WWD) will take place in Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia. During the event from March 20 (Tue) to 25 (Sun), a symposium, woodcraft activities, folk art workshops, music festival, design projects, children's event and a tree planting will be held to show diverse ways of living in harmony with nature. Themed "Life", the 6th annual WWD will demonstrate the roles of wood and non- timber forest products in supporting our daily living, realizing our imagination and comforting our hearts. Connecting representatives of wood- related professionals from all around the world, 2018 WWD will be a special occasion for all of us to gain insights into wood and non- timber forest products, the keys to achieving a better and greener future.
World Wood Day (WWD) is a cultural event celebrated annually to highlight wood as an eco-friendly and renewable biomaterial and to raise awareness on the key role wood plays in a sustainable world. Through a variety of activities held during the week of March 21st, this unique celebration reminds us all the importance and true value of wood and its responsible uses. It also serves as an important platform for international wood- related artisans and experts to explore the beauty and benefits of wood in different aspects of life.
2018 World Wood Day International Woodcarving Show will take place from March 19-25. The focus of this year will be each artist's interpretation of the theme “Life”. We encourage every participant to use native creativity to express their own understanding on a wood slab collaboratively joined by 3-5 wood carvers...Read more
Electronic submissions of the registration from Word/PDF must be received by the deadline of 23:59 PST, 19 January 2018 by email to program coordinators (email@example.com). The title and the body of abstracts are limited to 400 words in total. ...Read more
The World Wood Day Foundation (WWDF) is pleased to announce the Research Grant application is now open for submission and must be submitted by the deadline of 17:00 GMT on Monday, February 12, 2018....Read more