Our mission is to bring about the restoration of the American chestnut tree as a prominent part of Georgia forests.

We work with the national office of The American Chestnut Foundation by assisting their propagation efforts, by promoting public awareness through education and by supporting the scientific research efforts of TACF directed at restoring the great American Chestnut. Find out how you can help.



Find out about our organization, mission, our methods, and the results of our decades of advocacy.

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Latest News

Flint PRR Orchard Expansion Completed

Great news!  The long-sought after expansion of the Austin Flint Phytophthora screening orchard has been completed.  This is a critically important project many years in the making.  Many thanks to all who have been involved with this project since its inception. The following is a quick update on this project from Dr. John French, principle […]

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Lake Allatoona Orchard Maintenance 2020

Georgia Chestnut Enthusiasts, We just wanted to give you a quick update showing some work being done on behalf of GA-TACF in Georgia.  The series of photos below show groups of U.S. Army Corps staff and public volunteers engaging in major orchard maintenance work at our Lake Allatoona chestnut orchard (near Stamp Creek).  This site, […]

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