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?Learn More
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The PNGA Board of Directors voted not to participate in the virtual 2021 Pennsylvania Farm Show because they virtually have very few–if any–nuts to harvest this year. If folks would have had a... READ MORE
PA Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding announced that Pennsylvania’s agriculture industry will be celebrated virtually for the 2021 PA Farm Show, with no in-person events or competitions, to mitigate against COVID-19. “We have not... READ MORE
On April 27th, the PNGA and NYNGA will hold a joint meeting and lunch at the Garden State Diner in Wrightstown, NJ. There will be several presentations: Black walnut cultivation; The Spotted Lanternfly:... READ MORE