Where to buy trees for shelterbelts

Click the links to go to the individual tree nursery websites for more information on pricing and available services

Shand greenhouse – Sask Power offers free seedlings through their shand greenhouse program. Shelterbelts are one of the projects eligible to receive free seedlings from shand. The greenhouse produces up to 500 000 trees every year. Applications are due on February first of each year.

Gaudet Trees Ltd. (Prince Albert) – Gaudet Trees offers a variety of services such as shipping and planting of trees from their nursery.

 HELP International Shelterbelt Centre (Weyburn)  – HELP International is a federally incorporated non-for-profit corporation and a federally registered charity. As a volunteer organization HELP operates with volunteer forestry interns and apprentices from North America, Europe, Asia and Africa.  ​

PrairieTime Tree Sales (Estevan) – Prairietime Trees is an acreage just 4 km North of Estevan, Saskatchewan. They offer Prairie Grown potted shelter belt trees for farm and acreage owners.

Prairie shelterbelt program (Alberta) – The Prairie Shelterbelt Program sells all the varieties of trees discussed in the Information Support System (ISS). All of their trees are sold as saplings in bundles of 10 and range in size from 1-2 feet tall. A bundle of 10 trees is $ 29 plus general sales tax a $25 administrative fee on all orders and a variable shipping cost

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