Join us on Saturday, May 6th from 9:00-12:00 for the Windham County Conservation District’s annual Plant Sale! Visit the Plant Sale 2017 tab under “programs” above for a list of species, or download our order form and species descriptions below:
We have changed the date of our sale to May 6th since sending out information about our sale in the mail; this is because our former date, April 29th, was the same date of Climate Change marches in Washington D.C. and other cities. As an organization committed to conservation in all of its forms, we thought it important to allow people to come to our plant sale AND protect natural resources on a local and national level. Thank you for your support and understanding!
See you on May 6th!
-The WCNRCD District Manager and Board of Supervisors
The Windham County Natural Resources Conservation District (WCNRCD) helps landowners and users, agricultural producers, and communities throughout Windham County, Vermont conserve land and water by providing services such as: technical assistance, education and outreach, workshops and financial assistance. Founded in 1946, we are one of 14 conservation districts in the state of Vermont. The WCNRCD receives a limited amount of base funding from the state, and relies heavily on grants, workshops and individual donations to undertake its work.
The Windham County NRCD is located in the USDA Service Center office in Brattleboro, which houses several agencies that work with agricultural and rural communities. We frequently collaborate with these agencies, as well as a host of other agricultural and conservation focused organizations throughout Vermont.