Help & Info

Returns & Exchanges

All sales are final. Many variables go into a plant’s survival, so proper care of
your stock is essential for survival.

Visit our forestry page, or call Sara Kelso to
learn more about how to care for your plants.

FAQ

  • Conservation Districts are local units of state government that exist to solve
    today’s conservation and natural resource problems! We are a free resource for
    the community and seek to help landowners make decisions that benefit both
    their needs and the environment.
  • Conservation Districts hold plant sales to expand native habitat in our
    communities and as our primary non-grant funding sources.

Yes! Please give us a call (906-226-8871) and we will schedule a site visit to your
garden location. Then, we can provide you with species suggestions, site prep
tips, and a list of sources for your native plants.

The City of Marquette allows exceptions to lawn-height ordinances for native
plants. We have native plant signs that can help educate your neighborhood on
the benefits of your native garden. Call us or send us a message to purchase a
native plant sign.

We hire a seasonal field crew each year, those jobs are posted on our website
and social media in the spring, and the field season begins mid-May.

Tree sale ordering always begins in early February, and ordering is open until
mid-April. Tree sale pick-up is typically the first or second week of May at
Belsolda Farm.

All sales are final. Many variables go into a plant’s survival, so proper care of
your stock is essential for survival. Visit our forestry page, or call Sara Kelso to
learn more about how to care for your plants.

Ordering for the wildflower sale begins immediately after Tree Sale ordering
closes. Wildflower sale pick-up is typically the second weekend in June and
pre-ordering closes one week prior. There are plants available at the sale, even if
you did not pre-order.