Walnut Council

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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Sign up now to become a National and State Chapter members!

Legacy Fund

Make a pledge to support the Walnut Council Legacy Fund!

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2024 Annual Meeting

July 28-30, Springfield, Ohio

Join us for a combination of outdoor field tours and indoor presentations and networking to learn the latest information about growing walnut and other fine hardwoods.

Recent News

Black Walnut book for sale

May 20, 2021

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

May 10, 2021

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

June 16, 2020

The Nebraska Department of Agriculture announced recently that walnut twig beetle, a carrier of thousand cankers disease , was discovered in Gering. This is the…