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Conservation Tree Sales Underway At Lower Loup Natural Resources District

March 02, 2017

Conservation trees offer landowners shade, wildlife habitat, erosion control and much more.  The Lower Loup Natural Resources District is again offering conservation tree seedlings for sale to serve those purposes and many more.

The LLNRD is now accepting orders for conservation tree and shrub seedlings.  The trees are sold across the District to landowners seeking to implement windbreaks, wildlilfe habitat, buffer strips, and a variety of other purposes.

Each tree or shrub is a two-year old bare root seedling and measures between 10 and 18 inches tall.  All trees and shrubs are priced at 95 cents per seedling plus sales tax and must be ordered in lots of 25.  Property owners can hand-plant the trees or request that the NRD machine plant them.  The Lower Loup's machine planting charge is now 75 cents per tree plus sales tax.  Orders for machine plant trees must be received by April 1st.

Cost-share may be available depending on the practices implemented.  Contact your local NRCS office for more information.  Conservation trees may be ordered on-line by clicking here.

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