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Hardwood Tree Musem

8751 McClure Dr., Fort Smith

Telephone: 479.782.4085
Contact Email: james@gostudio6.com

The Hardwood Tree Museum is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the role of the hardwood tree in the development of Fort Smith, the region, and the nation.

Basically, the hardwood tree is the historic heart and soul of Fort Smith!

 

Hardwoods contributed to substantial riverboat traffic here, as well as to the production of wood products such as wagons, caskets, barrels for the US Army, and eventually automobile parts. It also led to the furniture industry becoming the largest employer in the area.

Contact Name: James Reddick
Type: Non-Profit
FCRA Address: 8751 McClure Dr., Fort Smith
Mailing Address: PO Box 5125
City: Fort Smith
State: AR
Zip: 72913

Recent News


Oct 26, 2020

The University of Arkansas – Fort Smith earned recognition this year as one of the top public universities in the South according to U.S. News & World Report’s annual Best Colleges rankings, ranking No. 18 in the region. 


Oct 22, 2020

Boy have we got news for you! Leaves and temps are falling but that's not slowing things down in Chaffee Crossing. Check out the October edition of our e-newsletter. 


Oct 16, 2020

At its October 15 regular monthly meeting, the Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority (FCRA) Board of Trustees issued a resolution in support of Issue 1, a proposed constitutional amendment to be decided by voters during the November 3 election period which provides for a current one-half percent fuel tax to become permanent.

 


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