Trees beautify, help save energy and protect our waterways. For these reasons and others, the Rutland Natural Resources Conservation District (RNRCD) is offering a spring planting program. All stock is bare root and is offered at a reasonable cost.
It is necessary to plant bare-root trees immediately, to keep the roots from drying out. The RNRCD has been offering this program for over 20 years and has sold thousands of plants.
Some of what is available are: balsam fir, fraser fir, white spruce, blue spruce, sugar maple, river birch, highbush cranberry, hazelnut, elderberry, buttonbush, lilac, apple, and peach trees. Strawberry, blueberry, and raspberry are also available.
Orders will be taken until March 31 or until supplies last.
This sale helps to generate funds to support the districts many programs. For more info, visit: vacd.org/conservation- districts/rutland or email firstname.lastname@example.org.