The New York Chapter is searching for large surviving American chestnut trees in New York State to be “Mother trees” for restoration.

In an effort to introduce more wild pure American chestnut trees into the transgenic breeding program, the Chapter is now offering a reward for American chestnut trees found growing in the wild. For more information, please download the reward poster available here or contact Chapter president Allen Nichols.

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Apr
17

The New American Chestnut

On Monday, April 17,┬áDr. William Powell,┬áProfessor and Director, Council on Biotechnology in Forestry at State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF) and TACF member, will speak about the work being done at SUNY-ESF to revive the American chestnut. The […]