Division of Forestry, Spring Creek High School and FFA tree sale


ELKO, NV – Spring Creek High School and the Silver Sage FFA Chapter are once again holding their annual tree sale fundraiser to bring northeastern Nevadans a wide selection of conservation plant materials at reasonable costs.

Plant materials are from the Nevada Division of Forestry Nursery in Washoe Valley and are selected for their adaptability to our region's soils and climate. There will be eight different species of trees, fifteen species of shrubs and sub-shrubs, seven grasses and two herbs available this spring. The plants come to Elko as container stock, making them easy to take home and transplant.

The tree, shrub, grass and flowering plant seedlings range in price from $5.50 to $15.00 each, depending on the size of the seedling and container. Plants are for conservation purposes on at least one acre of land.

Plants are sold on a pre-order basis only. The deadline to place a pre-order is April 14. Pre-orders are to be picked up on either Friday, April 22 between 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. or Saturday, April 23 between 8 a.m. – 10 a.m. at the Spring Creek High School greenhouse, nine miles southeast on Lamoille Highway.

Buyers wishing to see what some of the offered species look like in mature condition can request a guided tour, during regular business hours, of the Jordan Arboretum at the NDF Regional Headquarters in Elko.

Order forms and a list of the plants with associated costs can be obtained by visiting the Nevada Division of Forestry website at http://forestry.nv.gov or calling 775-738-3454.

Order forms are also available at the following locations:

  • Spring Creek High School
  • Spring Creek Association Office
  • NRCS Elko Office
  • NDF Conservation Camps (Carlin and Wells)
  • NDF Regional Headquarters in Elko

The Nevada Division of Forestry is a division within the Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. The division coordinates and manages all forestry, nursery, endangered plant species and watershed resource activities on certain public and private lands. The division also provides protection of life, property and natural resources through fire suppression, prevention programs and provides other emergency services as needed.