Learn About New Variety of Chestnut Trees in Bethel Township Tuesday

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Real Estate Agent with Patterson-Schwartz Real Estate Delaware RS-0010115

bethel twpBethel Township Preservation Society presents Special Guest Speaker Albert Eelman 7:30 PM at the John L. Myers Memorial  Township Building, 1082 Bethel Road Garnet Valley, PA 19060 Tuesday January 29th.

Albert Eelman is a long‐time member of the American Chestnut Foundation and past  president of the PA chapter.  The foundation's mission is to restore the  American Chestnut tree to the Appalachian forests.  The American Chestnut was completely wiped out from Maine to Georgia between 1904 and 1940.  The rapid spread of the blight wiped out one‐quarter of all the hardwoods in the eastern United States. They are breeding a tree that will incorporate the blight resistance of the Chinese Chestnut into the American tree.

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