Seedling Sales

Seedling Sales

The ‘trunk’ of our Setting Down New Roots Program is our annual fundraiser of seedling & potted trees sales. Seedlings may be purchased and planted for numerous purposes including shelter, wildlife enhancement, aesthetic values, landscaping or for Christmas trees.

This seedling and tree sales fundraiser has been in existence since 2000. The monies generated through sales are used to support the Manitoba Forestry Association & our educational programming.

The majority of the seedlings are grown at the Pineland Forest Nursery in Hadashville, Manitoba. For more information on how the seedlings are grown, please visit the Pineland website at

Potted Coniferous Stock

The Manitoba Forestry Association also has selection of larger caliper stock trees in 1, 2 and 3 gallon pots which allow for a quicker and more dynamic impact on landscaping needs. Large caliper stock suits a wide variety of needs for those wishing for a more established tree.

2019 Distribution (To be announced in October 2018)

Due to the number of requests received for a more centralized pick-up location, the Manitoba Forestry Association will now conduct its annual spring distribution at the Birds Hill Tree Nursery located just north of the Birds Hill Provincial Park.

Distribution Location – Birds Hill Tree Nursery
As you travel north on Hwy #59, drive 6.2 km past the west entrance to Birds Hill Provincial Park and turn right on Ashfield Road. At the fork in the road, keep right on Roscoe Road and continue 3 km. Turn right at the Bird Hill Tree Nursery gates.

2019 Date and Times (To be announced in October 2018)

Shipping by bus (COD ONLY) will take place on (T.B.D.) A handling fee of $12.60 will be applied to those orders requesting this service. Orders will be shipped to your nearest bus depot.

Our deadline for accepting orders will be (T.B.D.)

Order Form
Click here for the 2019 Setting Down New Roots Order Form

Make a Donation

Donating to Manitoba Forestry Association takes minutes, and it's thanks to your support that we plant trees, and enhance the overall capacity and success of Manitoba's tree planting efforts.