Leila Pinchot in Milford, Pa. has been doing work with the American
I imagine it is very frustrating, as they nurture the trees for years and
then the blight hits before it flowers.
Maybe she can point us in the right direction for something closer to here.
I am interested also and will email her to see what I can find out.
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Happy Sunday everybody!
Does anyone from our permaculture community has involvement/connections with
American Chestnut breeding in this area? And if so, what is needed/how can
one get involved?
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