[NAFEX] NY Nut Growers Association will be held on Saturday, October 24 in Bronx
alden at waldenwinds.com
alden at waldenwinds.com
Mon Sep 28 15:56:53 EDT 2009
I'm hoping to attend this meeting, is anyone from New England going?
I'd like a ride and offer to share expenses. Charlie Paradise
The fall meeting of the New York Nut Growers Association will be held on Saturday,
October 24, from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, at the New York Botanical Garden,
(LuEsther T. Mertz Library, 6th floor, Museum Building) 2900 Southern Blvd.,
Bronx, New York. In addition to being a
world famous botanical research institute and tourist attraction in New York
City, the New York Botanical Garden was the site of the first meeting of the
Northern Nut Growers Association in 1910, and we are honored to hold our
Everyone who wants to learn about planting and caring for nut trees is welcome to come.
Among our presenters are the following: Peter
Haarmann, a Long Island farmer who started his nut and pawpaw farm 5 years ago;
Dr. Sandra Anagnostakis, a scientist at the Connecticut Agricultural
Experiment Station, who will talk about current research and planting of chestnut; Dr.
Michael Nee, the NYBG Curator of the Institute of Systemic Botany, who will
discuss his black walnut tree planting on his farm in Wisconsin; Jim
Capossela,a wild food forager and cook, who will give out his favorite nut recipes; and
Clare Pierson who will demonstrate how to make home remedies using black
walnut hulls and other plant material found in this area.
is $20, which includes speakers' presentations, parking, breakfast and a
mid-morning snack, a variety of nuts to eat and take home, information on
nut processing and stratification, a back issue of the Northern Nut Growers
Annual Report, and a tour of the New York Botanical Garden. Lunch will be
on your own (you may bring a
sandwich with you) at The Garden Café, a short distance from the Museum
Send a check
made out to "NYNGA" to Rick
Monheim, NYNGA Treas., 1023 County Road 6, Phelps, NY 14532. Please
include your phone number and e-mail address.
For more information about the meeting, directions, or lodging, contact
Jerry Henkin, sproutnut at aol.com, tel. home
(914) 423 - 7458; cell (914) 282 - 1371.
Here are four local hotels within 20 miles of the NYBG.
Discounts may apply.
Inn, 200 Tarrytown Road, Elmsford, NY (914) 592 - 5680, $139.00.
2. Westchester Marriott, 670 White Plains Road, Tarrytown, NY (914) 631 - 2200, $148.00.
3. Ramada Inn of Yonkers, 125 Tuckahoe Road, Yonkers, NY (914) 476 - 3800, $144.00.
4. Royal Regency, 165 Tuckahoe Road, Yonkers, NY (914) 476 - 6200, $148.00.
New England Thruway South (I-95) to Pelham Parkway West (Exit 8C). Pelham
Pkwy turns into Fordham Rd after 2 miles. Turn right onto Kazimiroff Blvd, and
continue past the Garden's main entrance 3/4 mile to Mosholu Gate on the
OR Merritt Pkwy South to Hutchinson River Pkwy South to Cross County Pkwy
West to Bronx River Pkwy South to Fordham Road (Exit 7W) Merge onto Fordham Rd
and stay in right lane. Turn right onto Kazimiroff Blvd, and continue past the
Garden's main entrance 3/4 mile to Mosholu Gate on the right.
>From Westchester County
Saw Mill River Pkwy South to Mosholu Pkwy. Exit 24 from the left lane.
Continue to end. Turn right onto Kazimiroff
Blvd. At the first traffic light, turn left into the Garden. OR Sprain
Brook Pkwy South (OR Hutchinson River Pkwy South to Cross County Pkwy West) to Bronx
River Pkwy South to Allerton Ave. Merge onto Kazimiroff Blvd. and continue to the
Garden's Mosholu Gate on the left.
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