EVENTS: Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District spring plant sale set for May 11, 2024

Don’t miss the Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District Spring Plant Sale, at Union Fairgrounds, on Saturday, May 11, from 8:00 a.m. to 2 p.m. Plants have been chosen for their value as windbreaks, lakeshore buffers, bank stabilization, erosion control, and wildlife habitat – including songbirds, pollinators, and beneficial insects. Individual varieties were selected for productivity, pest and disease resistance, a variety of soil and light conditions – and to provide beauty and color in the home landscape from spring through fall. Many plants that we will have available are responsibly grown by Crystal Lake Farm & Nursery, in Washington, and from Rebel Hill Farm, in Liberty. They accept credit card, checks and cash payment methods.

They will also have available their Backyard Compost Bin and Rain Barrel items, including Systern rain barrels, Earth Machine and Trap-Wire compost bins, compost turners and thermometers. For description and prices, refer to:

For more information, visit or email, or call 207-596-2040. Proceeds of the sale benefit the conservation district’s education and outreach programs. Thanks for your support.


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