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Nut Trees

  • Purpose is to promote preservation and restoration of the American chestnut, to operate two breeding farms for chestnuts, to provide research grants, to identify surviving trees, and to establish satellite research plantings.

  • The Nebraska Nut Growers Association is a leading nut grower organization in the Midwest that promotes the growing of cultivar nuts like Black Walnut, Pecan, Hickory, Hazelnut and Northern Pecan. NeNGA has proven Cultivar nuts available for propagation.

  • Association of people interested in growing nut trees. Publishes articles, research papers, and monographs on nuts, nut tree growth, and nut tree culture.

  • Specilists in Carpathian walnut, Hazelnut (filbert trees), Chinese Chestnuts, American Chestnuts, Pecans and the edible Pines.

  • An international association representing woodland owners, foresters, forest scientists, and wood-producing industry representatives. Purpose is to assist in the technical transfer of forest research to field applications, help build and maintain better markets for wood products and nut crops, and to promote sustainable forest management, conservation, reforestation, and utilization of American black walnut and other fine hardwoods.