SilvoCulture’s Michael Judd will discuss how chestnuts can provide stable ecologies and financial security for future generations in this virtual workshop.
Nut trees have weathered time and provided cultures throughout our history with steady resources in the face of change. They provide stable perennial food sources for humans and wildlife, often producing for a hundred years or more, and key nutritional elements of proteins, oils, and carbohydrates, while stabilizing ecosystems and much needed wildlife habitat. And they can provide sound economic returns with low input values.
Join us to learn more and potentially get involved in your own planting.
To register: https://www.howardecoworks.org/events