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Oregon Small Woodlands Association Sale

The Lincoln County Chapter of Oregon Small Woodlands Association will host their yearly native tree and shrub seedling sale Saturday, Feb. 27, in a new Toledo location.

For many years, this annual event has provided the public with affordable native trees ($2 each), promoted resource conservation awareness and increased forest owners’ knowledge and abilities as stewards of their land.

This year’s sale has been moved from its longtime location at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds to Table Mountain Forestry, 247 NE Highway 20, in Toledo. Sale hours are 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. — or until supply runs out.

Tree seedling sale Toledo
Table Mountain Forestry: 247 NE Highway 20, Toledo (Red building on the corner of NW A St. and Hwy 20)

COVID-19 health guidelines will be followed, with masks required and participants asked to social distance.

Tree and shrub seedlings available:

  • Douglas Fir
  • Hemlock
  • Western Red Cedar
  • Noble Fir
  • Red Alder
  • Redoiser Dogwood
  • Oregon Ash
  • Oregon Grape
  • Indian Plum
  • Mock Orange
  • Ninebark
  • Colorado Spruce
  • Sitka Spruce
  • Oregon White Oak
  • Red Flower Currant
  • Giant Sequoia

Contact Joe Steere via email with any questions.

Cathy Steere
Photo by Cathy Steere

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