The native plant sale is back on for 2020.

 The plants have been ordered and we are planning on opening the plant sale in December. Please contact us if you have any questions.

Clark Conservation District’s Plant Sale Policy

The District will not be responsible for any plants not collected on the pick up dates. Due to the fragile nature of bare root plants, any plants not picked up on the day of sale will be used for educational purposes.
There are no alternate days available for plant pickup.
No refunds for any plants not picked up. No exceptions.
The District reserves the right to substitute plants of like species or adjustments in numbers for size changes or refund money if ordered plants become unavailable.
The District will not be responsible for stock once removed from the pick up location.
Extra plants may be available for purchase on the pick up days.

Each year the Clark Conservation District holds a native plant sale. The purpose of this sale is to promote the use of native plants in your landscapes. Native plants are a wonderful low maintenance addition to your property. Because these plants are naturally occurring in Western Washington, they do not require additional water or fertilizers to grow. They are also more resistant to disease and pests than non-native ornamental plants. Native trees and plants provide food and shelter for our Northwest wildlife. We also have tree protectors available for sale year round to protect the seedlings from rodent damage and deer browse. We typically send out the order forms in the fall and you pick up the plants in late February. If you would like to be notified of the sale, fill out the form below and we will add you to the plant sale mailing list.

Planting instructions for your bare root plants