Attracting over 5,000 visitors from across the UK every August Bank Holiday Monday, The National Forest Wood Fair is in its eleventh year,
Activities ranging from chainsaw carvers, wood mizers and woodloggers.
Vitax chairman Paul Gooding said: "Last year proved that no matter what the weather, the Wood Fair is a very popular event. We met people who had travelled to Leicestershire for the weekend just to take part in all of the activities available.
"The event is a great way to raise awareness not just about The National Forest but also sustainability, the versatility of timber and the need to ensure we continually support the regeneration of the forest.
"As part of our commitment to the event we will be looking at ways we can engage more with local schools and showcase the magnificent facility they have right on their doorstep."
John Everitt, chief executive of the National Forest Company, said: "The relationships we build with our partners, like Vitax, are crucial to the continuing success of The National Forest.
"The National Forest Wood Fair brings together not just local talent but wood and timber specialists from across the UK as we celebrate this wonderful resource. Timber is the ultimate sustainable product providing wood fuel, timber for arts and crafts and enjoyment to people of all ages, proving that trees and woodlands add immeasurably to the richness of our lives."
The event will take place on 31 August from 9am-5pm at Beacon Hill Country Park, Leicestershire.