Resources & Links
- How to Shoot A Chestnut: PowerPoint
- PR Resources
- Orchard Signs
- Learning Online with Charlie Chestnut
- Journal of the American Chestnut Foundation
- TACF Meadowview Research Farms
- Print an Anthology Book Order Form
- Print A Tree Identification Sheet
- TACF Submissions: Image File Guidelines
- Writing Guidelines
- Annual Meeting Technical Presentations
- Identifying American Chestnut Wood
- TACF's Press Statement on blight-resistant seeds ands seedlings
- Carbon Sequestration and the American chestnut tree
- TACF's Regional Breeding Program Resources
- J. Hill Craddock's Chestnut Links Numerous links to chestnut information.
- Penn State Chestnut Growers Website
- Agriscape - Guide to agriculture-related industries.
- Canadian Chestnut Council -
Working to restore the
- Chattooga Conservancy - Restoring Chattooga watershed's national forests.
- Connecticut Agricultural - Experiment Station Putting science to work for society.
- Elm Research Institute - nurturing a new American elm - the Liberty elm.
- Northern Nut Growers Association - brings together people interested in growing nut trees.
- The Ozark Chinquapin Foundation - working to restore the Ozark Chinquapin to its native range.
- USDA State Extension Services -
Information about the health of American chestnut
Links to all state offices.
- Climate Change Tree Atlas - American chestnut has just been added.
- University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry - Chestnut Recipies & Nutrition Information.
- SEEDS & SEEDLINGS
- Badgersett Research Corporation
- Cascade Forestry Service
- Chestnut Growers of America (formerly known as Western Chestnut Growers' Assn.)
- Chestnuts OnLine.com
- Colossal Orchards, Inc.
- Correia Chestnut Farm
- Delmarvelous Chestnuts
- Empire Chestnut Company
- Green Valley Chestnut Ranch
- Appalachian Antique Hardwoods, LLC
Purchase reclaimed American chestnut wood & help support TACF
- Longleaf Lumber - Antique Flooring, beams, & custom milling.
- Mountain Lumber - Proud to support TACF through annual donation from sales of reclaimed American chestnut.
- Salem Board & Beam Company - Furniture crafted primarily from reclaimed lumber and salvaged local hardwood trees.