It's the season for roasting chestnuts over an open fire - and an increasing number of Michigan farmers are growing them.
Roger Blackwell is head of Chestnut Growers, Inc. That's a co-operative of 29 chestnut tree growers in Michigan.
He says, at a thousand acres, Michigan has more land planted in chestnut trees than any other state.
Right now, the state is producing about 100,000 pounds of chestnuts a year.
Blackwell expects that to go up five-fold in a decade.