Each year the District sells trees and shrubs, both conifers and deciduous types, in bundles of 25.
Trees help reduce erosion, protect water quality, increase energy conservation, improve wildlife habitat and may increase the value of your property. If you have questions about what species to plant, or would like to be added to the tree sale list, contact our Forester, Natalya Walker at 218-749-2000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Orders are accepted on a first come, first serve basis, as supplies last. The online store will have the most up-to-date availability as supplies runs out. All orders must be paid in full at time of order. You may may also mail in your order with a check to 505 3rd St. N Ste. A Virginia, 55792, checks should be made out to North St. Louis SWCD. Mail in orders will be processed when they are received at our office. You may also call our office and order over the phone by providing your card number (number listed above). Our office is not open for walk-in orders, all orders must be completed via online, mail, or phone. All proceeds are used for conservation efforts in the northern part of St. Louis County.
Due to the perishable nature of trees & shrubs and the numerous other factors beyond our control, the SWCD cannot guarantee tree survival and does not offer refunds or replacements. The SWCD is not responsible for the size of the trees it receives as vendors make substitutions and seedlings grow at different rates depending on conditions.
Tree and Shrub Order Deadline: Monday, May 9, 2022
Native Plant Kit and Seed Order Deadline: Monday, April 25th, 2022
Tree Pickup Days: Thursday, May 12 (9:00 am – 3:30 pm) & Friday, May 13 (9:00 am – 6:30 pm)
Due to COVID-19, pick up is drive-up only, to allow us to comply with social distancing guidelines:
There will be no same-day sales.
Follow the signs around the back of the building and park.
STAY in your vehicle.
We will come to your vehicle, ask your name and then deliver your order.
Tree Pickup Location: DNR Loading Dock, 7979 MN Hwy 37, Eveleth – (Near the intersection of MN 37 and US 53)