Be the Change for Clean Water
Native plants are where it's at! They are low maintenance, tolerant of pests, beneficial to wildlife, help prevent soil erosion and improve water infiltration and so much more! For more information on the benefits of native plants check out this fact sheet from the NRCS.

No matter where you live or work, your county Soil and Water Conservation District sells trees to help fund local conservation projects. Find your sale below!

Delaware County-  Tree and Shrub Seedling Sale Orders are first-come-first-served to be picked up April 5th or April 8th-10th

Fairfield County- TBA

Franklin County- Tree and Plant Sale  Order by April 7th for pickup on April 26th and 27th                                   

Knox County- Tree Sale  Order by April 4th for pickup in late April (Date TBA by e-mail)

Licking County- TBA

Madison County-  Madison SWCD is selling mixed trays of native plugs.  Plugs are seedlings that have a root system about 2” deep and 5” wide. Trays will consist of 8 species of prairie plants, such as milkweed (great for Monarch butterflies!), black eye Susan, New England aster, Joe-pye weed, rattlesnake master, compass plant, cup plant and wild bergamot.  Each tray will contain 32 plugs and cost $90 each. Species are subject to change depending on mother nature and availability.  Supplies are limited. You may pre-order your flats by calling Gail Wilson at 740.852.4003.  Pick up and payment on or around May 15th. Individual plugs will be for sale for $5 each on pick-up day. Deadline for orders is May 1.    

Morrow County- Tree Seedling Sale  Order by March 29th for pickup in Mid-April (Date TBA by postcard)

Union County- TBA

**Some sales include several non-native species that either help support wildlife or provide exceptional wind-breaking and erosion control. These include Colorado Blue Spruce, Norway Spruce, White Spruce and Butterfly Bush.