Besides the obvious benefit of fellowship with some of the greatest nuts in Indiana, members receive other benefits such as:
The Hoosier Kernel: The INFGA published newsletter, which contains nut related articles, INFGA news, meeting information, nut evaluation results, "how to" articles, etc.
Membership meetings: INFGA has several membership meetings each year, including a scionwood exchange (one of the largest and longest running exchanges), a spring meeting that includes a hands-on grafting session and a fall meeting, which typically occurs at a member's orchard with chances to view and taste some of each years harvest.
Auctions: Most meetings also include an auction, which gives those attending the opportunity to purchase root stocks, grafted trees, supplies and whatever else members bring, all while supporting INFGA.
Membership dues provide funds that go towards projects like the test plot, public relations, scholarships and equipment and materials used to promote and teach the art of nut and fruit growing.
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To join, please print, fill out and mail the INFGA membership form.