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Sherburne County Soil & Water Conservation District
The tree program originated in order to provide landowners with an affordable and convenient way to purchase trees and shrubs for conservation practices, such as, windbreaks, shelterbelts, living snowfences, scenic buffers, wildlife habitat and more.
The tree program is an important annual event. Individuals may place orders with the Soil & Water Conservation District between January 1 and mid April. The trees come from the Minnesota State Nursery in
Our 2015 Tree Sale has ended
Thank you to all who participated, with your help we distributed over 20,800 trees to the community!
Our 2016 Tree Sale will begin in January.
To be placed on our tree sale mailing list, please send us your name and address Here.
Learn About our Planting Service
For many years the district has been providing landowners with the opportunity to purchase tree seedlings at an affordable price. This was started because tree planting is an important conservation practice that provides countless benefits, and for most landowners was cost prohibitive.
Restoration of native plant communities is equally important as restoring forest communities and planting windbreaks. Unfortunately this element of good land stewardship is not practiced to the extent that it should due to limited availability of plants, cost, and lack of convenience.
The district is partnering with Dragonfly Gardens to offer a wide selection of native plant collections. People that purchased plants the last few years were pleased with the plant stock from Dragonfly Gardens with six different collections to choose from.
There is definitely something for everyone; whether you want to add wildflowers to an existing prairie, create a miniature prairie, plant a natural buffer along your lakeshore, restore your woodland understory, or diversify your wetland vegetation.
Download our Native Plant Order Form to learn more about each collection offered. Be sure to check out the new fern collection and woodland extras.
The SWCD is not having a 2015 Native Plant sale. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.