The American Chestnut Foundation is now accepting entries to its 2019 Photo Contest. The deadline for submissions is September 2.
The Foundation challenges everyone to find an American Chestnut tree, take a photo of it and enter it in the contest.
The winning photo will be featured on an upcoming cover of Chestnut magazine and the winning photographer will receive a complimentary one-year membership.
Click Here for all the details on submitting an entry.
To learn more about efforts to repopulate American Chestnut trees in Pennsylvania, visit the PA Chapter of the American Chestnut Foundation website. To become a member and receive regular updates from the PA Chapter, Click Here.
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