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Poster Sessions

Results for ” Klak” About TACF Poster Sessions TACF’s poster sessions aim to expose the public to the most current research around the American chestnut. Research posters contributed by members, […]

Our Work in Maine

[…] acid. It seems to confer some resistance to the fungus that causes chestnut blight. Tom Klak, from the University of New England (UNE) in Biddeford Maine, has devoted years to […]

Maine – About Us

[…] Chapter President Eva Butler, Chapter Vice President, Volunteer Coordinator (Email) Al Faust, Treasurer James Day, Secretary Thomas Klak, Chair of Gene Conservation Eric Evans, Breeding Coordinator Ann Rea, Seed Sales Board Members […]

American Chestnut Returns to Portland, ME

American Chestnut Returns to Portland, ME

[…] American chestnut hybrid seedlings this spring in the campus greenhouses. The work was supervised by Thomas Klak, Professor of Environmental Studies at UNE and Chairman of the Gene Conservation Committee at […]

January 2024 Message from the President

[…] your own thoughts and hopes for moving forward. As our friend in Maine, Dr. Tom Klak, says, “science is two steps forward and one step backward.” We’ve just taken a step […]

Chestnut Restoration Tour in Maine

Chestnut Restoration Tour in Maine

[…] provide an easy source of pollen and seeds for future science and breeding. Dr. Thomas Klak, Chair of the Maine Chapter Gene Conservation Committee and Professor of Environmental Science at […]

August 2022 Message from the President

August 2022 Message from the President

[…] a target for eventual nut production using transgenic pollen by incorporating the efforts Dr. Tom Klak, professor at the University of New England in Biddeford, ME, and the Maine Chapter. […]