Saturday April 19th we’ll be hosting the annual meeting of the CT Chapter of The American Chestnut Foundation at Bowers Auditorium, Sage Hall, Yale University in New Haven, CT. We have interesting presenters and a fantastic venue – and hope you’ll mark you calendar and join us. Should you decide to join, Please RSVP by calling Kendra Gurney at 802.999.8706 or sending her an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Read More
Rod Longley – Litchfield resident and Longtime Foundation Supporter – Passes Away
Founding American Chestnut Foundation “Connecticut Chapter” member and Litchfield resident Rod Longley, passed away October 18th, his 95th birthday. Read More
Why is the chestnut so important? (A gray tree frog – Hyla vericolor – nestles in the branch of a young American chestnut)
American chestnuts in a National Park!
You're thinking, “must be Shenandoah, Blue Ridge, Great Smoky Mountains …” but what if you were told it's Weir Farm in suburban Connecticut! Read More