Niagara County Soil & Water Conservation District

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The District offers an annual sale and distribution of evergreen and deciduous seedlings and transplants for the conservation of natural resources and the enhancement of forestry resources, wildlife habitat and economic development in Niagara County.


Thank you for your support in our 2017 tree and shrub program. Next years order forms will be coming out in January 2018. If you would like to be added to our mail or email list to receive next years order form, please call our office at 716-434-4949 Ext. 4.



Planting Instructions  -Instructions for proper seedling planting, including "heeling in."

Wildflower Seed Mixes  -Our seed mixes are native or naturalized to the Northeast

Fertilizer Tablet Information  -Advantages of fertilizing seedlings.

Temporary Seedling Beds  -Instructions for creating a temporary bed until seedlings mature enough to transplant.







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