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Adirondack Tree & Shrub Sale

treestransparentwhite75The Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District is proud to offer a wide variety of bare root seedlings and ground covers to be used for erosion control, wildlife habitat improvement, beautification, Christmas trees, windbreaks, and wood product production. Shrubs and evergreens provide food and cover for song and game birds, rabbits, deer and other wildlife. Plantings act as screens that protect your home from harsh weather and provide privacy.  In an effort to stop the spread of invasive species, ALL plants offered are non-invasive to New York State.

The District is not responsible for stock once removed from the pickup station, stock not picked up at the designated date or time, for the success or failure of your plantings, or for any wildlife damage. The District reserves the right to refund money if items become unavailable.

2017 Sale

  • Order Pickup
    Friday April 28 · Brown Shed · 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.  South Shore Rd across from the Lake Pleasant Fire Hall
    Saturday April 29 · Blue Mountain Fire Station · 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    Saturday April 29 · Brown Shed · 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
  • Planting information will be provided with your order. 
  • Overstock items will be sold at the time of pickup on a first come first serve basis.

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Stormwater is snow melt or rain that does not percolate into the ground, but instead, runs off the surface of the ground into stormdrainwater bodies. Stormwater may carry metals, automobile fluids, bacteria, chemicals animal waste, pesticides, salts, or other harmful substances into bodies of water. Adverse impacts include contaminated drinking water, decreased biodiversity, flooding, soil erosion, and bacteria transport. To prevent stormwater runoff, minimize the use of lawn chemicals; wash your car on the grass; clean up after your pet; and repair oil leaks.

Contact the District for more information on stormwater, green infrastructure, assistance, and educational presentations.



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