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Tree Program

Tree Program

Conservation Trees benefit both people and animals. They shade and shelter homes, reduce soil erosion, protect crops and livestock, provide food and cover for wildlife, buffer noise, provide valuable products and add beauty to our landscape.

Nebraska has a proud history of planting trees. Since settlement, millions of trees have been planted in Nebraska. Arbor Day, an international holiday, was started in Nebraska. This tree planting tradition continues today. Each year, Nebraska’s Natural Resources Districts (NRDs) help landowners plant more than a million trees in the state.

All NRDs administer tree planting programs to provide trees and shrubs for windbreaks, erosion control, wildlife habitat, and other conservation purposes. Each NRD program varies, but possible tree program services include: planting; weed barrier installation or weed control; and drip irrigation.

Trees can be ordered from the individual NRD's on their respective sites.
On our NRD map you will find links to each for information regarding ording trees.

Order Trees


Search for trees that are are around this height at 20 years.
Search for trees that are are around this height at maturity.
Height at 20: 
2 feet-4 feet
Height at Maturity: 
2 feet-4 feet
Height at 20: 
5 feet-10 feet
Height at Maturity: 
5 feet-10 feet
Height at 20: 
24 feet-40 feet
Height at Maturity: 
26 feet-42 feet
Height at 20: 
10 feet-12 feet
Height at Maturity: 
10 feet-12 feet
Height at 20: 
30 feet-34 feet
Height at Maturity: 
40 feet-50 feet
Height at 20: 
4 feet-6 feet
Height at Maturity: 
4 feet-6 feet
Height at 20: 
15 feet-30 feet
Height at Maturity: 
30 feet-55 feet
Height at 20: 
16 feet-26 feet
Height at Maturity: 
30 feet-45 feet
Height at 20: 
12 feet-16 feet
Height at Maturity: 
12 feet-16 feet
Height at 20: 
8 feet-14 feet
Height at Maturity: 
8 feet-14 feet
Height at 20: 
1 feet-3 feet
Height at Maturity: 
1 feet-3 feet

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