Outreach Activities

Native Plant and Tree Sale

Our annual native plant and tree sale WILL BE HAPPENING on March 12, 2022, from 9 am to 3 pm! Come check out all the beautiful plants!

New indoor location in North Plains conveniently located just off Hwy 26 at Exit 57. The address is:
30780 NW Highland Court
North Plains, Oregon 97133

It’s a perfect place to get some advice about native plants and buy plants that are sometimes difficult to find at regular nurseries. Most plants are potted, as noted in the plant list. We provide native plant experts to help with selection, boxes for handling and transporting the plants, and general volunteers to help collect and carry the plants to your vehicle. Credit cards, cash, and checks are welcome payment. Come early for the best selection.

All profits fund college scholarships for forestry studies.

Feel free to share information about the sale by posting this flyer.

Previous Plant Lists: Plant List 2016, Plant List 2017Plant List 2018, Plant List 2019, Plant List 2020 and the Mason Bee Product List 2020.

Other local options for purchasing native plants are listed here: https://emswcd.org/native-plants/local-sources/


Seedling Sale – Order form in July Newsletter; pickup seedlings Jan/Feb

WCSWA has provided quality Douglas-fir and Western Red Cedar seedlings to our members since 1999. The Douglas-fir seedlings are grown for Washington County Small Woodlands Association (WCSWA) at Lewis River Reforestation in Woodland, Washington using Vernonia High Gain Douglas-fir seeds provided by the Oregon Department of Forestry’s Vernonia Block at Schroeder Seed Orchard. These seedlings have superior growing characteristics and are intended to maximize growing potential. They are not genetically modified organisms, but are the result of breeding parent trees with superior growing characteristics from trees selected from our area. The Western Red Cedar seedlings are purchased from Lewis River Reforestation seedling stock. This seedling program is an important service to members and a fund raising source for WCSWA. One-half of the profit funds the organization’s activities. The other half is added to the Plant Sale profit and is donated to Oregon State University College of Forestry Scholarship Fund to be awarded to students from Washington County. Seedling order forms are sent out each summer with the WCSWA newsletter. For more information email Donald Sohler or Bob Shumaker

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Oregon State University’s College of Forestry is regarded as a premier College of Forestry in the United States. Any student from Washington County who is enrolled in OSU’s College of Forestry may apply for a Washington County Small Woodland Association (WCSWA) scholarship. The scholarships are funded through WCSWA’s Native Plant and Tree Sale and WCSWA’s Seedling sale. Through these scholarships, we help ensure that woodland owners have well-trained professionals to assist with forestry stewardship.