WWW.NUTGROWERS.ORG. The Indiana Nut & Fruit Growers Association (INFGA), founded in 1953, is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the culture of Indiana hardy nut and fruit trees, their advancement and helping those interested in cultivating them. INFGA offers free training and plant material exchange opportunities at regularly held meetings.

WWW.ONGA.ORG. The Ohio Nut Growers Association (ONGA), created for the mutual benefit of farmers, nut growers, agriculturalists, horticulturalists, and others, promotes the demand for and the sale of nuts and nut products, and provides educational, scientific, tree grafting, pollination, marketing and other information to members.

 Michigan Nut & Fruit Growers Association (MNFGA) Organized in 1952, (MNFGA) supports interest in nut and fruit bearing plants, their products and their culture.

Iowa Nut Growers Association (INGA) INGA is an Iowa non-profit corporation founded in 1942 and incorporated in 1968 to promote. An interest in nut-bearing plants. Scientific research in breeding and culture. Standardization of varietal names. Encouraging greater use of nut trees in Iowa Agriculture and home landscape plantings. Take some time an learn about the rich history of growing nuts in Iowa in the past, present, and future!

Midwest Fruit Explorers is a non-profit organization of amateur backyard fruit growing enthusiasts.  Most of our members live in the counties surrounding Chicago. We are crazy about the best tasting, most flavorful fruits that grow well here. We are also interested in growing special, superior and unusual fruits regardless of their appearance or commercial appeal.  This includes little known varieties of apples, peaches, pears, plums, grapes and nuts; and more unusual fruits such as the pawpaw, mulberry, persimmon, fig, juneberry, Asian pear, and hardy kiwi.  Our members locate, graft, propagate, test, grow and swap these superior fruiting plants, and then get together and share their knowledge.