Douglas County Conservation District
SERVING LANDOWNERS IN DOUGLAS COUNTY COLORADO FOR OVER 50 YEARS
PO BOX 688, 7519A E HWY 86, FRANKTOWN, CO 80116 303-218-2622 DCCDistrict@gmail.com
Seedling Trees for Colorado
are interested in participating in the 2019 program, you can
and you will be put on our email list to receive an order in October 2018 for the 2019 program. Trees are
available on a first come, first served basis. Please
call the office at 303-218-2622 or
us with any questions. Please see below to read
more about the specifics of the seedling tree program. These trees and shrubs are specially selected to do well in
*SPECIES CURRENT AVAILABILITY FROM COLORADO STATE FOREST SERVICE NURSERY: *Note - figures are not current on link until October 2018
Each year beginning in October, landowners get the opportunity to purchase these seedlings. They have until the end of March of the following year to order. The earlier you order, the more likely the plants you want will still be available. "First Come, First Served" The date for tree pickup is usually scheduled for 2nd week in April in Castle Rock, Colorado at the Douglas County Fairgrounds for all pre-ordered trees. The district hosts a Seedling Tree Workshop in January, the date is to be determined.
The species we offer all do well in Colorado. Many sell fast, so early ordering is important to ensure you'll get exactly the trees and shrubs you want.
If you are interested in the program for 2019, or if you have any question, please call us at 303-218-2622 or email us.
Conditions of sale:
The program reaches a few surrounding states. If you want trees and you are not in Douglas County Conservation District in Colorado but you would like to pick up your trees in Castle Rock, CO then you can order them from us. If you are out of the area and want to find the closest distribution location for you then you can contact the Colorado State Forest Service nursery phone #970-491-8429 to see if they can help you contact other cooperators of the program in your county for ordering.
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