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Identification of American Chestnut Trees
... latest interglacial period show that the American chestnut tree, Castanea dentata, was present on Long Island 30,000 to 50,000 years ago. American chestnut trees were once found all ... become a forest tree, protected from chestnut blight disease by geography until only recently. American chinquapins, Castanea pumila, share the southern part of the range with American chestnut from Pennsylvania south ...
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The American Chestnut Foundation
... chestnut@acf.org The American Chestnut Foundation (TACF) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization funded primarily by over 5,600 American and International members. Our goal is to restore the American chestnut tree ... funding support from the National Forest Foundation for research to restore the American chestnut tree to its native woodlands. The National Forest Foundation, chartered by Congress, ...
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The American Chestnut Foundation
... to breed a blight-resistant American chestnut tree. Below.... chestnut trees covered with snow The goal of THE AMERICAN CHESTNUT FOUNDATION is to restore the American chestnut tree to its native range ... American chestnut tree is expected to be ready for forest test-planting in 2006 and for wider distribution within the next decade. The American Chestnut Story Not too long ago, the American chestnut ...
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American chestnut research & restoration project, SUNY-ESF
... American Chestnut Research and Restoration Project The mission of the American Chestnut Research and Restoration Center is to conduct basic and applied research leading to the development of a blight-resistant American chestnut tree ...
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American Chestnut in Nova Scotia
... American Chestnut in Nova Scotia American Chestnut in Nova Scotia American chestnut can also be found outside of its original range. One example of this is the presence of several chestnut trees distributed ... American chestnut in Nova Scotia in 1998. This article can be accessed by clicking here. An American chestnut tree in Nova Scotia. According to our records this is the largest surviving tree ...
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American Chestnut Blight
... American Chestnut Blight You are here: About>Education>Forestry> Tree and Forest Pests> Forest Diseases> American Chestnut Blight Forestry Education Forestry Essentials Christmas Tree Buyers GuideThe Major Tree ...
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American chestnut - 100 Most Common Trees
... Tree Finder if you are not sure what kind of tree you have! An American Chestnut Comeback A quick and easy American chestnut overview. American Chestnut Sprout (About Forestry Blog) Eighty Year Old American Chestnut ...
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VT Forestry I.D. Cards - American chestnut
... VT Forestry I.D. Cards - American chestnut American chestnut Fagaceae Castanea dentata Leaf:Alternate, simple, oblong to lanceolate, 5 to 8 inches long, pinnately ... orange fungal fruiting bodies. Form:Once a very tall, well formed, massive tree reaching over 100 feet tall. The chestnut is now found mostly as stump sprouts, less than 20 feet tall ...
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American Chestnut
... American Chestnut Castanea dentata American Chestnut A mature chestnut tree that has survived the blight, in central Virginia. Once the most common tree in the Appalachian mountains, this tree is now one of the ... to restore the chestnut in several ways. The American Chestnut Foundation is trying to cross this tree with the Chinese chestnut, in an attempt to breed the old world tree's resistance ...
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The American Chestnut
... the Appalachians. Original distribution of American chestnut and spread of Chestnut blight (adapted from National Geographic 177:128-140) Until the 1940's, American chestnut was a prevalent tree species in southern Ontario ... around Dundas, and millions of trees were present in these areas. American chestnut was a common and well-recognized tree at that time. However, after the 1940's, this species ...
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