Celebrating 69 Years of Reforestation in Midland county.
Midland Conservation District Established June 27, 1950, started selling trees in Spring of 1951. Trees were distributed from the fair grounds in the beginning, Then distributed at the Pinecrest Barn for many years. The last 3 years we distributed at the office and we are happy to announce the Location for tree distribution is the Midland Conservation District's Tomlinson Family Barn (formerly Pinecrest Barn) located at 814 E. Olson Rd.
2020 Spring Tree Sale
Starts Feb 1, 2020 through March 31, 2020 Get your orders in early for the best selection *Click the link below to download order form
2020 Tree Sale List (Click Here) Prices Subject to change on availability from our growers. Unfortunately we can't control mother nature and the growing process. Need a paper copy? Call us we will send you one.
Visit the Plant Information Page Above for Plant Information Sheets
If you want something not on the list, Please ask, We might be able to get it for you! Get your orders in early as some quantities will be limited!
Reasons to plant trees in your yard, on your property.
Check out this great article Digging up Michigan's Forest Conservation Roots Click Here to take you to the link!
Do you own property? New Farmer? Veteran? Check on NRCS/USDA programs that may pay you to plant trees!
What to know what trees to plant? Check out the NRCS Plant Guides (Plant Information Sheets) or stop in the office. We'd be happy to assist you with information. Trees 101 Workshop March 11, 2020 Details coming soon How, When and Why to Plant Trees.
Pollinator Program...save the Bees, Butterflies and Bats. We have information and programs for that and We have Wildflower seeds for sale.
If you'd like information on what you can do in your Backyard for Conservation contact our office and we will come to your yard answer questions, give recommendations.