Native plants are easy to grow and maintain because they are well adapted to our soils and climate. Plants native to Michigan will thrive in your yard without synthetic fertilizers or pesticides. Thanks to their extensive root systems, native plants, once established, will require less than non-native plants.
By landscaping with native plants, you will attract butterflies, birds, pollinators and other beneficial organisms to your yard and provide them with the food and habitat they need to thrive.
Plant families that may be available for fall consist of: Aster, Bellflower, Buttercup, Carrot, Evening Primrose, Figwort, Grass, Iris, Legume, Lily, Mildwood, Mint, Rose and/or Verbena.
These plants will ONLY be available at the Conservation Expo on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019, between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., or as supply lasts.
Forestry Assistance Program
Amateur Photo Contest
Once again, there will be an amateur photo contest during this years Conservation Expo. Entries will be judged by the public at the expo - bring plenty of friends and family and tell them to VOTE!
Please click on this form for details and to enter contest. Deadline is August 31.
The Crawford-Roscommon Conservation District is a locally-elected entity of state government whose purpose is to improve the quality of life in Crawford and Roscommon counties by conserving and improving our natural resources for the benefit of present and future residents and visitors.
Equal Opportunity Provider
All programs and services are offered on a non-discriminatory basis without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, political beliefs, sexual orientation, gender, age, marital/family status or disability. The Crawford-Roscommon Conservation District is an equal opportunity provider and employer.