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INFGA's Related Links

Michigan Nut and Fruit Growers Association (MNFGA):  The MNFGA supports interest in nut and fruit bearing trees, their products and their culture.


Northern Nut Growers Association, Inc. (NNGA):   This national organization has a great website with tons of information and links.  


Nebraska Nut Growers Association:   This organization first started a standardized nut evaluation and testing program.   We modeled our own evaluation program after theirs. 

Ohio Nut Growers Association (ONGA): The purpose of the ONGA is for the mutual benefit of farmers, nut growers, agriculturalists, horticulturalists, and others. To promote the demand for and the sale of nuts and nut products. To provide educational, scientific, tree grafting, pollination, marketing and other information to members.

Ohio Pawpaw Growers Association (OPGA):  The OPGA is an organization of pawpaw enthusiasts and commercial pawpaw growers, large and small, dedicated to educating and promoting the superior traits of the pawpaw, developing a pawpaw industry, marketing plan, and preserving and studying the wild pawpaw genetics.

North American Fruit Explorers (NAFEX):  This national organization has many interests and members in common with our own group. 


Chestnut Growers of America, Inc:.  This group began as the Western Chestnut Growers in 1996 in Oregon  This organization was formed to promote chestnuts in North America.  They disseminate information to growers, provide a means of communication within the industry, support research and breeding work, and generally further the interests and knowledge of growers. 


The American Chestnut Foundation (TACF):  The TACF conducts research to develop a blight-resistant American chestnut tree (Castanea dentata) for reintroduction.  Their mission is to return the iconic American chestnut to its native range.

Home Orchard Society:  This is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to assisting both novice and expert growers and promoting the science, culture, and pleasure of growing fruit.

The UC Fruit and Nut Research and Information Center:  This site is run by the Department of Pomology at the University of California, Davis.  Although this is a California specific site, much of the information on disease, pest management, etc. is relevant to our growing conditions and crops.

England's Orchard and Nursery:   This orchard specializes in exotic fruit and nut trees for alternative crops. This company is a member of INFGA. 

Nolin River Nut Tree Nursery:   This nursery offers over 200 varieties of pecan, hickory, hican, chestnut, butternut, heartnut, black and persian walnut, persimmon and pawpaw trees.


Persimmon Pudding:   A website dedicated to growing, education, and use of Diospyros virginiana L., the common, or American persimmon (currently offline - should be returning in the future).


NutGourmet Blog:   A blog on nut experiences, nut knowledge, and recipes that include nuts.

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