2018 Spring Tree Sale
UPDATE: Trees delayed by the cold spring weather will be available for pick-up May 4th 9am-5pm and May 5th 8am to noon at the Clinton Co Fairgrounds, 810 W Sickles, St. Johns.
We are accepting orders for the 2018 Spring Tree Sale now through March 30. Order pick-up will be at the Clinton County Fairgrounds 9am to 5pm Friday, April 20th and 8am to 1pm Saturday, April 21st. A small selection of “extra” trees and shrubs will be available on a first-come, first-served basis on the days of pick-up. Please be aware that we will not begin selling items or allowing pick-up until 9am on Friday.
Take a look at what is available by clicking the 2018 Tree Sale Online Ordering link below. Our online ordering system is now active, and we are currently accepting online orders in addition to orders in-office, over the phone and via email. Please don’t hesitate to call our office if you have any questions. Thank you for your support in conservation!
Note: If you are interested in taking advantage of “Mix-and-Match” pricing on fruit trees, berries or grapes, please call our office or email your order email@example.com rather than ordering through the online system.
The Clinton Conservation District holds a Spring tree sale and Fall native plant sale. Spring brochures are available in March for the April sale. Fall brochures are available in September for the October sale.
Tree sales have been a traditional activity and fund raiser for conservation districts. Planting trees ties back to the original soil conservation mission.
Each spring and fall we sell a variety of conservation seedlings for erosion control, wildlife habitat, pollinators, reforestation, windbreaks, and many other conservation purposes.
In the Fall, we sell a large selection of native plants along with a limited selections of conifer seedlings.
While most of the species we sell are available every year, we try to stock new items as well. We also sell a selection of fertilizer tabs, and Plantskydd animal repellent. We also have a tree planter and a no-till drill for planting native grasses available to rent.