The American Chestnut (Castanea dentata) was once one of the predominant tree species on the Eastern seaboard. It ranged from Maine to Florida and from the Piedmont west to the Ohio valley. An estimated 25% of the trees …
Welcome to the Mast Tree Network!
Our mission is to restore the bounty of North America's native woodlands by raising awareness of the many benefits mast-producing trees provide to wildlife, humanity, and the environment, and serving as an information resource for people interested in planting or managing mast-producing trees and forests.
- Acorn-Finished Pork: An Ancient Tradition
- Attracting Whitetail Deer with Mast-Producing Trees…
- What is Mast?
- How to Plant an Edible Hedge
- Mast Producing Trees and Shrubs Native To North America
- Native Walnuts of North America
- Native Oaks of North America
- Attracting Wild Turkeys With Mast-Producing Trees and Shrubs
- The American Persimmon
- Attracting Squirrels With Mast-Producing Trees
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