Urban Tree Sale

Our Urban Tree Sale program aims to help residents across Pierce County receive significantly discounted trees and provides the resources necessary to properly plant them around their homes.

Planting these trees helps to clean our air and water, make our streets more walkable, and our neighborhoods and watersheds healthier.

By supplying affordable trees along with the education and support needed for their long-term success, Pierce Conservation District aims to increase canopy cover throughout Pierce County while supporting the communities that have much to gain from the many benefits of urban trees.

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Want to learn more about the benefits of trees? You can do so HERE

View the 2020 Sale here: 

Follow these steps to get trees:

  1. Purchase trees here: https://www.pcdwaterquality.com/workshops
  2. Sign up for a tree pick up date. These dates are listed just below the trees in the link above.
  3. Complete the pre-video survey.  Survey HERE
  4. Watch the video. Our workshops are virtual this year so that you can watch them from the safety of you home. Just like our in-person workshops, watching this video is mandatory in order to receive trees. Video HERE
  5. Complete the post-video survey to show us what you've learned. Survey HERE
  6. The last step is to kick back and relax until your tree pick up date. Good things take time and we need to let your trees grow big and strong before they are ready for you to take home.

Questions?

Check out the Frequently Asked Questions page to see if your question has already been asked. 

Contact Us 

Melissa Buckingham 

Water Quality Program Director 

melissab@piercecd.org 

Phone: 253.845.9770 ext. 109

Allie Campbell 

AmeriCorps Member 

AllieC@piercecd.org 

Phone: 253.845.9770 ext. 113