Heidi Had an Itch to Be Festival Queen

November 1987
Audubon;Nov87, Vol. 89 Issue 6, p20
Reports on the 1987 Poison Oak Festival in Forestville, California. History of the festival; Reasons why the festival was named poison oak; Characteristics of poison oaks; Products that will be on display during the festival; Costumes worn by the officials of the festival.


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