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2017 Conservation Tree & Shrub Program!

The goal of this program is to provide seedlings for homeowners to establish windbreaks, reforest land, prevent soil erosion, and create suitable wildlife habitats. Trees and shrubs can also add value to your home while improving the environmental health of your property.

The Monroe County Soil & Water Conservation District's Conservation 2017 Tree & Shrub Program distribution dates will be on April 20, 2017 and April 21, 2017! We are offering a wide variety of bare root trees and shrubs, as well as multiple flowering plants, seed mixes and enhancement items. Please view our 2017 Catalog for details on the plants and enhancement items we are offering this year.

The order form for the 2017 Monroe County Soil and Water Conservation District Tree and Shrub Program is now available. Check out the Tree and Shrub Program Order Form to see what plants we are offering this year! All order forms must be submitted by March 3, 2017 to ensure that you get the plant you desire, so make sure to submit your order form early.

We will also be offering a overstock sale on April 22, 2017 from 9:00 am to 11:00 am for individuals that miss the ordering deadline. Not all plants varieties will be available during the overstock sale and all leftover plants will be sold to our customers on a first come first severed basis.

Multi-Pack 2017 Fact Sheets

Edible Fruit Shrub Pack

Fern Plant Pack

Native Flowering Tree & Shrub Pack

Hosta Plant Pack

Click here for planting tips and recommendations.

Click here for additional information regarding the species of trees offered.

If you would like to be added to our Tree and Shrub mailing list, please send us an email here.
Provide your name (first and last), mailing address (if you would like to recieve a hardcopy), and email address.

Looking to start composting?

The following links will help you get started:
Backyard Gardener
Penn-State SolutionSource
Cornell University Gardening Resources

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Monroe County Soil and Water Conservation District
145 Paul Road, Building 5 
Rochester, New York 14624
Phone: 585-753-7380
Fax: 585-753-7374
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