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The Monroe County Land Conservation Department is offering hardwoods, conifers, shrubs and select fruit trees for sale.

This is the second year for the department’s annual tree program. Landowners can order from a variety of different species in bundles of 25; fruit trees are sold individually. The department has a surplus of red pine, white spruce, burr oak and common ninebark. Order forms with a complete species list and information can be picked up at our office or viewed online as well as on the department’s Facebook page.

Orders will be accepted until March 30 or until species are no longer available. Contact the Monroe County Land Conservation Department at 608-269-8973 with any questions.


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Steve Rundio is editor of the Tomah Journal. Contact him at 608-374-7785.

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