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Penn State Extension – Native Plant Sale!

Two weeks left!  Penn State Extension Native Tree & Shrub Sale

The Penn State Extension Master Watershed Steward Program of Bucks County is hosting its fourth annual online Native Tree and Shrub fundraiser. The sale features a limited supply of 28 different native trees and shrubs that provide food, shelter, and nesting habitat for wildlife, as well as privacy, shade, foliage, and landscape beautification.

“There is something truly magical that happens when you start adding native species to the landscape. It’s one of the top ways to invite more birds, butterflies, and native bee species to your yard,” says Leah Zerbe, a nature columnist and Master Watershed Steward. “If you plant it, they will come!”

Planting trees and shrubs is also a great way to reduce flooding, stabilize soil, and filter pollutants. All trees and shrubs are native to Pennsylvania and sourced from a preeminent native plant nursery. Proceeds from this fundraiser support the Bucks County Master Watershed Steward program and its efforts to share education and inspire improvements within our local watersheds. And remember, fall is one of the best times to plant new trees!  Learn more about the tree sale by visiting  https://extension.psu.edu/master-watershed-steward-native-tree-and-shrub-sale

 Ordering Details:  Orders are being accepted from July 27, 2023, through August 27, 2023, or until sold out.

Order Link:  https://tinyurl.com/TreeShrubSale

Phone orders: Please call 1-877-345-0691, Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

Pick-Up Day:  Saturday, September 30, 2023, from 9:00 AM to 1:00 p.m.
Pick-Up Location: Warwick Memorial Park, 1200 Memorial Drive, Jamison, PA 18929
All orders must be placed online or by phone. No plants will be sold at the pick-up location.

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If you were hoping to purchase certain species from our Master Watershed Steward native tree and shrub sale only to find them sold out, we were able to restock a few species! Here’s the list.

About the Penn State Master Watershed Steward Program

The Penn State Master Watershed Steward volunteer program educates and empowers citizens to protect environmental resources. After receiving 40+ hours of training, Master Watershed Steward volunteers give back to their communities by offering educational opportunities, collecting citizen science data, organizing stream clean-ups, working on wildlife habitat and stream restoration projects, and more. For questions about the program or to learn how you can become a Master Watershed Steward volunteer in Bucks County, please contact program coordinator Kathleen Connally at kxc30@psu.edu

The Pennsylvania State University encourages qualified persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have questions about the physical access provided, please contact us at 610-489-4315 in advance of your participation or visit.

Kathleen Connally

Master Watershed Steward Coordinator, Bucks and Montgomery Counties
Home office:

Penn State Extension Bucks County
576 Penns Park Rd
Newtown, PA 18940





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