Most conservation districts hold tree sales, which continue to be a main source of funding. A variety of trees and shrubs are sold as bare-root seedlings at tree sales and profits make landowner assistance and other services provided by your conservation district possible. The Otsego Conservation District holds spring and fall tree sales every year.
What is a Tree Sale?
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Otsego Conservation District
800 Livingston Blvd., Ste. 4A, Gaylord, MI 49735
(989) 732-4021 / posburn@otsegocountymi.gov / Facebook
What You Will Find at a Tree Sale
OCD holds tree sales in the fall and spring. However, we do not have the sam variety of plants in the fall as we do in the spring.

Fall tree sales typically have only select hardwoods, conifers, and a limited variety of shrubs.

However, the spring tree sale includes a large variety of hardwoods, conifers, wildlife and landscaping shrubs, native wildflowers, fruit trees, and small fruit plants.

Both sales include silvicultural aids such as planting bars, tree guards, deer repellent, and root moisturizer.
More Than Just Trees!
You can pick up more than just trees at an Otsego Conservation District Tree Sale!
• Pick up free handouts on a variety of conservation topics.

• Learn which trees and shrubs are best suited for your site.

• Ask a forester any questions you have about trees.
Get Notified!
Next time there is a tree sale, be the FIRST to know! Send your name, mailing address (or email address), and phone number to Erica at ewescoat-large@otsegocountymi.gov or call (989) 732-4021.
Become a Tree Sale Volunteer
We could not have tree sales without the help of our many great volunteers. Thank you to all who have volunteered their time to help us in the past. We couldn't have done it without you!

If you are interested in volunteering at our next tree sale, please let us know by calling the Otsego Conservation District office at (989) 732-4021 or by emailing Erica at ewescoat-large@otsegocountymi.gov.

Thank you!
Children with White Pine Seedlings donated by the Otsego Wildlife Legacy Society.