Conservation Sales Program 

Backyard Trout Program

The Spring is the time to stock your ponds again. The Backyard Trout Program is an annual Trout Sale. Rainbow and brook trout are available in 6-8 inch and 10-12 inch sizes.  Trout, size 6-8 inches, can be picked up on Sunday, May 17th from 1-1:30 p.m. at the Concord Center, 10 Ferry Street, Concord, NH.  Trout size 10-12 inches will be delivered directly to your pond.

Click HEREfor the flyer and order form.

  

Spring Plant Fundraiser

What to do with so much snow on the ground? Start planning your summer garden!

This year we give a special thanks to the NH Wildlife Federation who has generously subsidized our "Wildlife Package" offering. A package of 50 plants that will attract native wildlife, valued at $200 is offered for $160.  Click HERE for detailed information and ordering information for the Wildlife Habitat Package.   It's a great deal for you and your wildlife!

This year we are offering a mixture of old favorites as well as exciting new varieties of trees, shrubs, fruit trees, small fruits, plant packages, composting items, bulbs, and NH grown plants. Whether you are looking for a new variety for a sunny or shady spot in your yard, thinking about adding a new color to your current perennials, or interested in adding vegetation to benefit wildlife, the Merrimack County Conservation District has what you need for a wonderful summer landscape!

      

  

Priority ordering with payment is due by Friday, March 20th. We will continue to accept orders after this date but not all items will be available. Pick up will be the first May 1st from 4-7 PM and May 2nd at 9am - noon at Carter Hill Orchards, Concord, NH.

Click HERE for an order form.

Click HERE for tree and shrub descriptions.

Click HERE for a color sheet of bulb offerings.

  

We will be packing plants the last week of April at Carter Hill Orchards in Concord. If you would like to help with this endeavor, please contact the office at info@merrimackccd.org or 223-6023 about volunteering!    

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