While it will take around 10 to 15 years to determine whether these five seedlings will thrive against the blight fungus, members of the American Chestnut Foundation and the Division of Fisheries and Wildlife remain hopeful.
What does TACF stand for?
TACF stands for The American Chestnut Foundation
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We have 9 other meanings of TACF in our Acronym Attic
- Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron
- Thomas/America Circumcision Education Program
- Tactical Electronics Squadron
- Tactical Exercise (various locations)
- Technical Analysis and Cost Estimate Schedule
- Texas Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (Austin, TX)
- Tactical Test
- Tactical Evaluation
- Tactical Air Control Facility
- Temporary Alteration Control Form
- The ASCO (American Society of Clinical Oncology) Cancer Foundation
- Tivoli Access Control Facility (IBM Redbook: SG24-2021-00)
- Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship (Toronto, Canada)
- Tustin Area Council for Fine Arts (California)
- Tactical Frequency Assignment Module
- Tactical Digital Facsimile
- Tactical Fire Direction Center
- Tactical Fire
- Tactical Fire Direction System (Army)
- Tactical Forces Information System
Samples in periodicals archive:
That's the merest wisp of what Peattie described; "But we're excited," says Meghan Jordan of the American Chestnut Foundation (ACF), which supplied the trees.
He founded the American Chestnut Foundation to approach the problem from a different angle.
5 Billion Trees Lost to Fungus Chestnut trees were once one of the most important trees of forests "from Maine south to Florida, from the Piedmont west to the Ohio Valley," according to the American Chestnut Foundation.
Thankfully, American tree-huggers didn't give up and some formed the American Chestnut Foundation.
With our partners from the American Chestnut Foundation and the mining industry, we are working to help return this natural icon to Appalachia by planting it on reclaimed surface mine lands.