American Chestnut Foundation Invites Entries In 2019 Chestnut Photo Contest

The American Chestnut Foundation is now accepting entries for the 2019 Chestnut Photo Contest.  Entries are due September 2.

Your chestnut photo could be published on the cover of TACF's award-winning magazine, Chestnut!

The Foundation is looking for photos from any season that highlight the tree's leaves, catkins, burs, nuts and/or the whole tree.

In addition to being featured on our magazine cover, the winner will also receive a one-year complimentary membership to TACF.

Even if your photo doesn’t win, it could still be used in a variety of TACF publications, on our website, or our social media platforms, so don't hesitate to send them in!

Click Here for all the details.

For information on activities in Pennsylvania, visit the PA Chapter - The American Chestnut Foundation website.


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