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Ausable Bayfield Conservation accepting spring tree orders

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The Ausable Bayfield Conservation is offering their annual spring tree order programs for landowners in their watershed.

Trees can be purchased for conservation projects like windbreaks, watercourse buffers and reforestation, and those efforts may also be eligible for government funding as well. Planting services are also available.

Forms can be found at their website.

The deadline to mail-in orders is Jan. 31. Payments are due at the end of February.

The conservation authority thanks landowners who plant thousands of new trees in their watershed each year.

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