Woodland Park District
Seedling Tree Program
The Colorado State Forest Service (CSFS) seedling tree program enables farmers, ranchers and rural landowners to buy seedling trees at a nominal cost.
Seedling Tree Information
The Trees for Conservation Program sells seedlings for conservation plantings to landowners at production cost. Foresters are available to answer questions about tree planting.
The program is designed to encourage landowners to plant effective wind barriers to protect buildings, cropland and feedlots, help prevent erosion, enhance wildlife habitat, promote reforestation, and assist with the development of Christmas tree plantations.
To participate, landowners must agree not to use the seedling trees for ornamental or landscaping purposes. Please contact your local nursery for your ornamental needs.
The seedling trees cannot be resold as living plants (the roots must be severed).
The deadline to order seedling trees and shrubs is April 8, 2014.
- 2014 Seedling Tree & Supplies Order Form and Information Guide - Updated 2/24/14 (704 KB PDF)
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Please note that our seedling tree order form is only intended for people living in the Woodland Park District (comprising El Paso, Park and Teller counties).
If you live outside of the district, please direct your attention to the CSFS Nursery Seedling Cooperators page.
Assistance with seedling selection and site planning is available directly from CSFS personnel. Planting trees and shrubs in the Pikes Peak region takes special care.
Please contact the Woodland Park District at (719) 687-2921 or e-mail us with additional questions or to inquire about an on-site visit with one of our foresters.