Welcome to the NY Nut Growers Association

Our Purpose

The New York Nut Growers Association is an all volunteer, non-profit organization that promotes nut tree growing in New York state. Our mission is to educate people on the benefits of nut trees and to provide cultural information to assist in growing nut trees for crops and timber.

Current Events and Announcements:

Of Note...

NYNGA joins the NNGA/CGA Conference in Reading, PA, Aug 7-10

The NYNGA has opted to support and promote the conference jointly serving as the Northern Nut Growers Association 111th Annual Meeting and the Chestnut Growers of America Conference in lieu of a 2022 summer NYNGA meeting. The conference will be held close to New York at the Berks campus of Penn State University, in Reading, PA, from August 7 - 10. The agenda includes two days of presentations and a wide range of associated field trip options all focused on nut growing and nut culture. Several of our members will give presentations. This joint meeting is an excellent opportunity for our membership to engage more broadly with experienced growers and scientists working outside of New York State. NYNGA will hold a meeting during lunch at the conference site on Tuesday, August 9, in one section of the dining hall and all NYNGA members attending the conference are encouraged to attend. Click here for more details about the conference and to register.

NYNGA 2022 Director and Officer elections

The Governing Board of the New York Nut Growers Association consists of four officers (President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer) and five Directors. Officers are elected annually and serve for a term of one year. Directors are elected for a term of four years. Our Fall 2022 elections will include the election and seating a full slate of officers and two Directors whose terms will begin at the close of the Fall 2022 meeting. At the discretion of the current Governing Board, in lieu of creating a 2022 Nominating Committee, all members whose dues are paid may self-nominate to be considered for a Governing Board position or may nominate another member whose dues are paid with the consent of that member. From now through the Fall 2022 business meeting, nominations are open and may be sent directly to Jerry Henkin, current President, at sproutnut@aol.com. For additional info, please consult our Constitution / bylaws. 

Stay tuned for additional announcements.



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