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K-State Today

September 17, 2015



Fall ordering season is underway at the Kansas Forest Service

By Jennifer G. Williams

Leah Scott, Conservation Trees

Get your orders in soon. The Kansas Forest Service's conservation trees department is halfway through the fall ordering season, and some of its most popular evergreens, including eastern red cedar and southwestern white pine, will quickly be sold out.

Low-cost container-grown tree and shrub seedlings are available to be used for wildlife habitat, windbreaks, wood lots, timber plantations and Christmas tree farms — just to name a few. Shipping usually occurs within one day of ordering and orders will be accepted through Oct. 9.

If you call or order online, you'll also be able to pick up some specialty items that are in limited supply, like pawpaw and button bush. Remember, you can always go ahead and order your trees to reserve them, and pick them up or have them shipped at a later date.

Call 888-740-8733 toll-free or check out the website for more information.

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