Authentic Woodsman Magazine

While most know our esteemed Association for its hate-filled and fear-mongering tactics, we occasionally like to call out our brethren in the war against trees who show signs of success with a different approach.

In this case, the fine folks at the Cat and Girl webcomic have found a means of introducing otherwise-unintending audiences to the wide world of the multi-facted rugged appearance of the anti-arboreal lifestyle using both comedy and subtle linework.

Authentic Woodsman Magazine

Kudos to Dorothy Gambrell for helping to spread our ideas subversively.

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