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Kandiyohi Soil and Water Conservation District in Willmar selling trees, shrubs

Multiple species of shrubs, deciduous and coniferous trees are available for purchase from the Kandiyohi Soil and Water Conservation District.

Water newly planted trees and shrubs thoroughly after planting and then check daily for about two weeks.Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
Kandiyohi Soil and Water Conservation District has bareroot trees available.
Michael Vosburg / Forum News Service file photo

WILLMAR β€” The Kandiyohi Soil and Water Conservation District has bareroot trees available in bundles of 25 for $50 (plus tax) or purchases of 10 or more trees are $2 per tree.

Multiple species of shrubs, deciduous and coniferous trees are available. To find out what is available, call 320-235-3540, ext. 3, or stop at the office at 1005 High Ave. N.E. in Willmar.

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