Lyles Farm Orchard, Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission
Stewards: Larry Grossman and Dean Yap.
Trees: The first 100 seed nuts planted were a cross of Monocacy tree # 229 (TW50 x MD 36A) x Winkler 21A .
Location: This backcross orchard is located at 13814 Brighton Dam Road near Clarksville.
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What wonderful work you are doing.
When you guys want volunteers to plant 🌱 baby chestnut 🌰 trees let me know. I will plant in my area and have friends that would love to volunteer
I pray they all will be successfully planted
What do you with with all the nuts?
Where can I get established American chestnut seedlings 🌱 for my property?
What do you do with them after you harvest them? I love to eat them but the worms bear me to them most of the time
Wish I was closer I would love to help .
Where can I purchase chestnut trees I live in ohio harrison county. I have seventy acres and would love to start Chestnuts in this area. Also is this a club that I can join
We want some seedlings to plant in Bedford pa
Send me a few, I've got 5 Acers in Ga.
Do the worms kill the chestnut. Most I found last year had worm holes in the shells or seed part before opening. Dod biopsy on one and saw the little white worm. Made it to the good part. Roasting takes care of them foe eating but will they still grow ??
Great news: a special Chestnut Chat featuring student flash talks and a virtual poster session is taking place on October 20, 2023. This Chat will provide opportunities for students and professionals alike to share cutting-edge research, explore partnerships, and discuss the many facets of American chestnut restoration through a series of flash talks and a poster presentation. All are welcome to participate – student and professional alike.
There will be special opportunities for students to give flash talks, as well as participate in a student poster competition. This year, students participating in the poster competition must also present a flash talk. We hope you will join us!
Submissions are due by Friday, September 29, 2023. Please visit the link in comments for detailed information.
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58 regulatory updates.
TACF's Chief Conservation Officer Sara Fitzsimmons and SUNY ESF’s American Chestnut Research and Restoration Project Director Andy Newhouse, along with others, shared the latest updates about the current status of the Darling 58 transgenic American chestnut.
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