Who are we?


The Indiana Nut & Fruit Growers Association (INFGA) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the culture of Indiana hardy nut and fruit trees, their advancement and helping those interested in cultivating them.  INFGA was founded in 1953 as the Indiana Nut Growers Association (INGA). 


INFGA offers free training and plant material exchange opportunities at regularly held meetings. 

Benefits of Membership


Whether you are new to growing fruit and nut trees or have experience, INFGA offers a variety of opportunities each year to connect with fellow enthusiasts from all over Indiana. 


We hold regular meetings at different locations throughout the year, publish a quarterly newsletter called THE HOOSIER KERNEL, and we have a panel of experts to help you be successful.

Our Next Meeting

Sunday March 29

Scion Swap

10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Farm Bureau Bldg

225 South East St



Events & Announcements
March 5-7
March 5-7
Sat, Mar. 7
March 14-22
March 29
Indiana Small Farm Conference - Danvillle, IN.   INFGA will be hosting an information table there.  For more information on the conference, visit here.
Tree wrapping party for the Flower and Patio Show - Jim Weaver's place in Zionsville.  We wrap in the morning and end with a pot-luck lunch.
Indianapolis Flower and Patio Show - Indianapolis Fairgrounds.  INFGA will be have trees available and an information table.
March Scion Swap and meeting - Sunday, March 29 - doors open for set up at 10:00 am with potluck lunch followed by business meeting.   Farm Bureau Building, 225 South East St., Indianapolis.
Enter building through the parking garage. 


a sample of

The Hoosier Kernel


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