• Welcome to the Pennsylvania Nut Growers Association

  • Welcome to the Pennsylvania Nut Growers Association

  • Welcome to the Pennsylvania Nut Growers Association

  • Welcome to the Pennsylvania Nut Growers Association

We have neglected the truth that a good farmer is a craftsman of the highest order, a kind of artist.

– Wendell Berry

The Pennsylvania Nut Growers Association was formed in 1932 for the promotion of interest in hardy nut bearing trees, their products, and their culture. We are a non-profit group dedicated to assisting local professionals, hobbyists, and students in growing higher quality nut trees. Our members benefit through a wide range of opportunities, including tree grafting workshops, demonstrations, farm tours, and newsletter articles as well as access to a network of experienced members. Interested in joining?

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On October 3rd, the PNGA converged in Lancaster, PA for the annual fall board of directors meeting, followed by an orchard tour at Jere Groff’s house. After a hearty meal of pulled pork... READ MORE

New website

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Excuse the mess while we clean up and reorganize. The website is getting a makeover! The new version will be easier to navigate with new features as well. Check back soon to see the... READ MORE

Walnuts for health

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Walnuts are easy to grow in Pennsylvania. They typically ripen around the first frost of the year. Not only are they easy to grow, according to Joe Vinson of the University of Scranton, they possess... READ MORE

Welcome

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Welcome to the home page of the Pennsylvania Nut Growers Association. READ MORE