Strafford County Conservation District

screenshot-2017-02-25-06-32-22We are offering a variety of low-cost shade trees, fruit trees, berry bushes, flower bulbs, and more! Our catalog changes every year, check it out below to see what’s new.

Orders are due March 17th, 2017. You’ll pick up your order on Saturday, May 13th at the Rochester Fairgrounds between 9am and 2pm. You can schedule an alternate pick up time if need be.

If you have any trouble viewing or printing the catalog and order form, we are happy to mail them to you. Just call, email, or write and we will send it to your address.

(603) 749-3037  •  alena@straffordccd.org  •  264 County Farm Road, Dover NH 03820

Click Here for the Catalog

Click Here for the Order Form

Interested in creating a wildlife habitat area for songbirds, grouse, turkeys, bunnies, and other animals? We can help you get started with a low cost plant package specially designed for New Hampshire wildlife.

Click Here for the Wildlife Habitat Package

How to order:

Be sure to get your order form and payment in by March 17th. Contact us if you have any questions!

You can mail or email the order form to the address above.

To pay, you can mail a check made out to Strafford County Conservation District, or you can pay online using a credit card, debit card, or PayPal account.

To pay online, first add up the total amount you owe on your order form. Then, click on the yellow button below. You’ll enter the total amount you owe on the next screen where it says “price per item.”  Make sure you email or mail us your order form.

Want to help?

In the weeks leading up to May 13, we’ll need help organizing the plants. Have some free time? Why not spend a few hours organizing and caring for the trees, shrubs, and root cuttings with like-minded folks! It’s a great way to meet people, get to know the Conservation District, support conservation work, and get free snacks 😃. Just let Alena know you’re interested and we’ll organize a few volunteer days in late April and early May. We will also be organizing volunteer days to plant shrubs for New England cottontail habitat projects this spring.

Thank you for supporting conservation in Strafford County!

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About SCMGA

Strafford County Master Gardener Association, part of the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension, sixty+ gardeners strong, educating through gardening in Strafford County New Hampshire.
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