SEEDLING TREE PROGRAM
The purpose of the Uinta County Conservation District's Tree Program is to offer low-cost seedling trees and shrubs, technical assistance and information to Uinta County Citizens to encourage the establishment of conservation tree plantings such as windbreaks, living snow fences, shelterbelts, erosion control, wildlife habitat and other conservation plantings.
These trees cannot be resold as living trees (the roots must be severed). The order form must be completed in full and all information be legible. Payment must be received before seedlings are ordered.
2020 Seedling Tree Order Forms Are Currently Available
It's time to put in your order for Spring 2020 delivery.
You will need to print the order form, fill it out and either drop it off at our office in Lyman, the Extension Office in Evanston or mail it.
Please make sure to include payment with your order.
If there is a species you need, but it is sold out or not available, give us a call and we will try to find what you are looking for.
NOTE: The ordering deadline will be set once the delivery date for the trees is final.
2020 Order Deadline:
Plan Before You Plant
A planting plan should be prepared before trees are ordered or planted. The planting plan will show the proper location for the planting, the best species for your site, spacing between rows, spacing between trees in the row and the correct number of trees and shrubs needed. The plan will also point out requirements for proper planting to gain initial survival and how to keep trees in a vigorous growing condition. Contact us for planting plan assistance.
Land Preparation and Spacing
The land should be cultivated and fallowed in the fall prior to planting. Weed control of the planting is very important to maintain tree survival. Effective windbreaks and living snow fences can be obtained with 1-3 rows of shrubs and trees with proper design and installation.
Drip Irrigation Systems for Supplemental Water - Protect Your Investment
Supplemental water will be necessary for at least 3-5 years while plants establish. Installing a drip irrigation system is a highly recommended moisture conservation technique to help ensure optimum plant growth and deep root establishment. Some of the benefits of using a drip irrigation system include; only a small area of soil near the plant is wetted, very little water is lost to evaporation. Most importantly, plants aren’t stressed by the too-wet, too-dry cycle of other methods.
For more information see the Colorado State Forest Service Resource page and Buyers Guide:
Wyoming State Forestry Division tree resources: