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Forrest White
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Forrest was born and raised in Alabama and was homeschooled from the sixth grade until graduation from high school. He started blacksmithing when he was fourteen, and soon after joined the Alabama Forge Council. Forrest has taught blacksmithing at both AFC conferences every year since 2020. He also works as a historical re-enactor at Fort Toulouse in Wetumpka, Alabama as one of the resident blacksmiths of the fort during big events. Forrest received the Blacksmith of the Year Award from the Alabama Forge Council in 2021 and was an assistant teacher to Tony Holliday's week-long blacksmithing class at Campbell in October/November of 2021. Forrest is interested in most aspects of blacksmithing, but my focus is on knives, tools, and hardware.

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UPCOMING CLASSES INSTRUCTED BY Forrest:
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INSTRUCTOR
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Blacksmithing
Forrest White
Tool Making Friday, Oct 21 - Sunday, Oct 23, 2022


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