Join the Walnut Council
The Walnut Council is a science based organization that encourages research, discussion, and application of knowledge about growing hardwood trees. This international association represents nearly 800 woodland owners, foresters, forest scientists, and wood-producing industry representatives. We promote sustainable forest management, conservation, reforestation, and utilization of American black walnut (Juglans nigra) and other fine hardwoods. Celebrating 50 years in 2020!
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Black Walnut book for sale
The book “Black Walnut: The History, Use and Unrealized Potential of a Unique American Renewable Natural Resource” by Walnut Council member Bob Chenoweth, is now…
Walnut Council Co-Hosting Carbon Webinar
A webinar on a new carbon program for hardwood landowners will be hosted live on June 15, 2021 at noon ET. Learn more and register.
Walnut Twig Beetle Discovered in Nebraska: Q & A
The Nebraska Department of Agriculture announced recently that walnut twig beetle, a carrier of thousand cankers disease , was discovered in Gering. This is the…