On July 17th 2019, the Creston Community Forest donated $5,000 to the Creston Museum to help restore Creston Valley’s oldest skidder machine – the logging arch!
This machine was used as a horse-drawn log skidder, and is a one-of-a-kind artifact dating back to at least 1913. Due to long-term exposure to weather, many of the machine’s parts are falling apart. The Creston Museum has developed a campaign to help rebuild the logging arch into one that is yet again fully functional.
Currently, the Creston Museum is only ~$9,000 away from reaching the logging arch’s restoration cost of $30,000. There is still just under 2 weeks to go until the campaign is over. Help preserve the Creston Valley’s rich and impressive history by restoring the logging arch to it’s original state.
To help restore the logging arch, click here.