ANNOUNCEMENT: January 2016
The Ozark Chinquapin Foundation has been steadily growing over the last few years. It started in about 2007, with one man's vision and goal of restoring a tree that was once thought to be extinct. And just as the Chestnut Blight that infected the Ozark Chinquapin moved swiftly, the restoration efforts have been infectious as well. Since the beginning of the organization, many people have come to join in our cause and as a result the organization has experienced some rapid growth, and with it some growing pains.
One of those growing pains is this website. The website has grown beyond the ability for one person to maintain and, as a result, we have partnered with a professional web services company to help us organize and restructure the website into a more user-friendly presentation. This process of rebuilding the website will take some time, but the goal is to have a new site by mid-February 2016. There is a wealth of information that must be sifted through and categorized for web layout, and that process has begun.
So it is that we ask you to bear with us as we make this transition. We promise the outcome will be well worth the efforts.