Friday, April 1st is the final date to order tree seedlings. Seedlings are 2-4 years in age and 12-24″ tall, because of the large quantity we order and the small, but hardy, size the cost of these tree seedlings is very reasonable!

Quantities are dwindling for pin oak and swamp white oak as of mid-March. As it gets closer to the deadline, please check with us before planning your order, as certain species may be sold out.

Our conifer trees come in packs of 25 for $25 (except Arborvitae which are $55/25 seedlings).

Hardwood tree varieties are $15 for a pack of 10. 

Other varieties are $8 for a 5 pack. (Black Chokeberry & Sargent Crabapple)

Payment in check or cash must accompany orders and should be in our office by 4:30p Friday, April 1. All orders will be ready for pick up at our office on Thursday, April 14 & Friday, April 15.

If you need a little reminder of why we need more trees keep reading.

If you’re ready to order now print the 2016 Tree Sale Form and get it to the office or give us a call.

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 In laboratory research, visual exposure to settings with trees has produced significant recovery from stress within five minutes, as indicated by changes in blood pressure and muscle tension. – Dr. Roger S. Ulrich, Texas A&M University

Shade from trees could save up to $175 per year (per structure) in air conditioning costs. – Dr. Lowell Ponte

One acre of forest absorbs six tons of carbon dioxide and puts out four tons of oxygen. This is enough to meet the annual needs of 18 people. – U.S. Department of Agriculture

Landscaping, especially with trees, can increase property values as much as 20 percent. – Management Information Services/ICMA

 

 

 

About Dawn Mizen

As the Financial Coordinator, I spend my time keeping your taxpayer dollars accounted for. I also coordinate many of the District’s annual events, from the photo contest and tree sale to the election and meeting. Number crunching, balancing, communicating and reminding others are what I do. I most enjoy taking pictures of scenery, people and wildlife.

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