Sunday, April 12, 2015 - 12 Noon
ONGA Spring Meeting and Scion Swap
ONGA's annual Spring meeting with auction, potluck, and scion swap. There will be tables with hundreds of various
nut tree cultivar scions available, free for the taking. This is your chance to get an excellent nut tree cultivar to
graft onto your seedling trees at home (A seedling tree is any tree that is not a clone of a known cultivar).
900 Park Avenue West
Click here for a map and more information on the Spring meeting.
Scion Wood for Grafting
July 29 - August 9, 2015 - ONGA Booth at the Ohio State Fair
There will be tree nut entries from all over the State as well as educational material on nut tree growing, grafting, and cultivation featured at the State Fair. You can bring nuts for entry to the 2014 State Fair to the Spring meeting at the Kingwood Center in Mansfield, Ohio.
Volunteers get free parking, a free lunch and free admission to the fair.
You can contact one of the following Show Chairpersons to enter the contest or to volunteer to work at the fair:
Carroll Fogle - email@example.com
Vicki Rusmisel - firstname.lastname@example.org
Joe Hietter - email@example.com
September 22-24, 2015 - ONGA Tent at the Farm Science Review
It's a three-day outdoor agricultural trade show featuring a little bit of something for everyone. There are commercial
exhibits for everything from tractors to financial services. Educational displays offer new ideas and new answers to old
problems. And there's always an expert or two or three around from Ohio State University, government agencies and private industry.
ONGA has a nut tree planting at the Farm Science Review and sets up a tent each year to educate and demostrate nut tree cultavation.
To volunteer, contact Ray Rusmisel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 740-967-0461.
Volunteers get free parking and admission to the FSR.
Farm Science Review Website
TBD, 2015 - Northern Nut Growers Association 106th Annual Meeting
The 106th Annual Meeting of the Northern Nut Growers Association will be held in Wisconsin