How can you share in building Wisconsin’s Hickory legacy and industry?
There are a number of ways to participate in preserving the long Hickory tradition and restoring Hickory as a thriving industry in Wisconsin (and beyond):
To support WHA in any of these ways (or others you can think of) contact WHA at:
Are you wondering what's in store for the 2016 hickory season? Looking back at 2015 as being an average year, this year may be the 'off' year when Hickories are resting and not producing much mast at all.
Learn more about common diseases and pests of hickory in Wisconsin. Click here.
Hickory trees have a long and colorful history in Wisconsin. The people who have established the Wisconsin Hickory Association founded this state-wide association to promote knowledge and use of this indigenous tree.
Come learn more!
Did you know? Hickory is a versatile tree and was used extensively by Native Americans in the region. In addition to using the nuts for food and wood for heating and cooking, Native Americans made bows from the saplings and used the inner hickory bark to line birch-bark canoes and to finish baskets.
Annual Hickory Feast!
Date: Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016
Time: 6pm - 9pm
Location: Vine & Rushes Winery
410 County Road E
Ripon, WI 54971
Our Meal will be prepared by Peppercorn Catering of Green Lake!
To register for the above events, contact the WHA at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stay tuned for more information!