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ME Chapter of TACF has an exhibit at the Eastern Maine Sportsmen's Show at the University of Maine Fieldhouse in Orono on March 6-8. Learn more»

TACF 2015 Annual Meeting Get the first look at the schedule of events for the annual meeting at the Penn Stater with Schatz Tree Genetics Colloquium. Learn more»

Feast on Art The American Chestnut: A Lecture and Educational Tasting. A series of heirloom food lectures and tastings at the 26th Annual Spectrum Art Exhibition. Read more and sign up»

Hot off the Press! TACF's 2014 Annual Report now online. Check it out»

How the American Chestnut Acquired and Lost Foundation Species Status Dr. John Scrivani will review the scientific evidence of the pre-blight role of the American chestnut as a foundation species in eastern North American Forests. Saturday, February 21, 2015. Attend this event»

Regional Science Coordinator Sara answers your questions about Restoration Chestnuts 1.0 out-crossing in the wild. Read here»

Western Regional Science and Engineering Fair. It will focus on the extraordinary contributions North Carolina has made to all fields of science. Come see the TACF booth! February 10-11th. Learn more»

World Wetlands Day. February 2, 2015. Help turn the tide on the loss and degradation of our wetlands. Learn more»

TACF is thrilled to announce its role in the project proposal Appalachian Mountains Joint Venture (AMJV) Partnership - one of 115 high-impact projects awarded more than $370 million as part of the new Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP). Read more»

Dr. Joe James is the featured speaker for the SC Native Plant Society. Tuesday, January 20, 2015. Be sure to check out this latest progress report. Learn more»

Wilderness Wildlife Week. January 24-31, 2015. Pigeon Forge, TN. Learn more»

99th Annual Pennsylvania Farm Show. January 10 – 17, 2015. Harrisburg, PA. Learn more»

For the American chestnut tree, life follows death. Asheville Citizen-Times. Learn more»

Our view: Slow path to viability continues for American chestnut. Asheville Citizen-Times. Learn more»

Want to read about our unsung heros? Check out TACF interns. Learn more»

Prince William Forest Park hosts The American Chestnut Foundation. Watch our own Matt Brinckman give a great American chestnut history lesson! Watch the video»

Louisville Restoration Branch makes great headway with second planting. Check out their efforts. Read here»

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