Our Mission:

To restore the American chestnut tree to its native range within the woodlands of the eastern United States, using a scientific research and breeding program developed by its founders.

 

Latest News

Indiana Karst Conservancy Planting

Want to plant some chestnuts with us this spring? We have set the date for the Indiana Karst Conservancy planting – it’s April 16th! More information to come as we get closer to that date, if you are interested please contact Ben Finegan for more details.

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Indiana Chapter in the December Sprout

The meeting was hosted by Carroll Ritter, the Sycamore Land Trust Environmental Education Coordinator, and the Southern Hills Restoration Branch. Members discussed the important of restoring the American chestnut while enjoying a tasty lunch and scenic views. They also had the opportunity to see Indiana chapter member and USFS firefighter Ron Doyle’s restored 1936 Chevy […]

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Upcoming Events

Apr
29

Organizational Meeting about IN Chapter's New Branch

A first organizational meeting of the new North Central Branch of the Indiana Chapter will take place Saturday, April 29 at 1:00pm. This branch will serve both Michigan and Indiana. We will meet in the Summer House at Fernwood Botanical Garden and Nature Center in Niles, MI. Membership, […]

Apr
29

Meeting to Organize New Indiana Branch

April 29 / IN Chapter / A first organizational meeting of the new North Central Branch. This branch will serve both Michigan and Indiana. We will meet at Fernwood Botanical Garden and Nature Center, 13988 Range Line Road, Niles Michigan 49120 / Saturday, April 29 / 1:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M. in the […]