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Wisconsin Chapter of the Walnut Council

The Wisconsin Chapter of the Walnut Council supports the goal of increasing the production of high quality eastern black walnut (Juglans nigra) and other fine hardwood trees by providing information to its members to encourage good management of forest trees. The nearly 150 Wisconsin Chapter members include landowners, foresters, scientists, academics, wood-industry workers, and consumers of wood products. Events organized and sponsored by the Wisconsin Walnut Council provide members with the most up-to-date techniques and research results on how to plant, manage, and harvest walnut and other fine quality hardwood trees. Field trips, seminars, and other events encourage continuing interaction between woodland owners, scientists, managers and industry.

Next Event

Fall Meeting

Oct 14, 2020. 6 PM
ZOOM ID: 99694749204

This year, we will not meet together under the trees, but rather will meet virtually via ZOOM. John and Carol Nielsen will host a tour of their beautiful Southern Wisconsin Tree Farm.

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Previous Event

Fall Field Work Days

Oct 10 - 11, 2019

Al Goetsch property near Beloit, Wisconsin
We will be coordinating and sharing some activities with the national Walnut Council Board meeting.

Of Interest

Grant County Success from the Field
Farm Bill Programs Assist in Habitat Restoration

Wisconsin Walnut Council member Dan Bohlin featured in this USDA success story.


An oak savannah restoration with native plants and oakseedlings

Iowa Beauty


Many attendees of the Fall Field Trip of the Iowa chapter of the Walnut Council traveled to MacGregor to view this magnificent walnut tree just outside of town.

Sapsucker Damage



Causing dieback in otherwise healthy trees.

Winter Damage Of The Furry Kind...Rabbits and Rodents

Purdue Extension Blog

Deer Exclusion Fence

Browsing by deer on hardwood seedlings is one of the greatest obstacles to seedling establishment.
Purdue extension article

Protect Trees From Winter Deer Damage

deerfencing.com/

Preventing Girdling

University of Wisconsin Extension

Winter Injury to Trees and Shrubs

The Morton Arboretum

Timber Price Trends

see:
Missouri Department of Conservation’s Timber Price Trends

More News and Updates

see the Walnut Council Latest News and the other State Chapters
Walnut Council


Learn about Walnut

For more comprehensive information about Black Walnut see the Resources section on the Walnut Council website, http://walnutcouncil.org/resources/faqs.html, and the "links" tab here on the Wisconsin Chapter website.