The Black Squirrel Farms Tour.
Though our site is currently closed to the public, we will host public tours when we open.
We will invite the public to come learn about black walnuts, a unique North American renewable resource not fully tied to lumber. We will start with the role of nuts in Native American diets, learn about the history of black walnut processing in the US, discuss the changing historical relationship between black walnuts and people, see some surprising uses for black walnut shells, shell and taste black walnuts from last year’s harvest and talk about why a nut industry would make sense for NYS.
Our 2020 tours will not be able to accommodate bus tours or group sizes larger than fifteen or smaller than five initially. To be placed on our no-obligation tour waitlist, email email@example.com or contact us using this link and we will reach out to you personally when we open.
Black Walnut Trees
The black walnut (juglans nigra) needs people more than other “wild” trees do. Come hear their side of the story.
Black Walnut Products
Black walnut shells are a surprisingly under-appreciated opportunity and resource. Who would have thought?
A Future NYS nut industry is possible.
Growth isn’t inevitable but it is logical. Come find out why.
Are you interested in the history and future of NYS black walnuts?
Would you like to know how they taste, crack a few open yourself or maybe just relax and watch others do that?
Please contact Meghan Werth at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re interested to know what interests you. There’s a possibility that we could customize your tour and we’d be happy to add you to our waitlist.