Rural Tree Scheme
Orders are now open for Council’s Rural Tree Scheme. All rural ratepayers in the Edward River local government area are eligible to purchase indigenous plants at a subsidised rate through this scheme.
Who is eligible?
Ratepayers whose properties are larger than five (5) hectares are eligible to purchase subsidised plants through Council’s Rural Tree Scheme.
The number of plants is capped at 50 tube seedlings per rate notice, three rate notices per owner.
What are my responsibilities?
By participating in the Rural Tree Scheme, you agree to plant and tend to the seedlings you receive. You are expected to prepare your land properly before planting, including weed control, and provide ongoing maintenance.
What plant species can I purchase?
How do I order?
Orders are currently being accepted for Council's Rural Tree Scheme.
Please complete the Order Form(PDF, 323KB) and return, with payment, to Council by Friday, 29 September 2017. Once orders have been received, plants will be propagated and available for collection in mid-2018.
Seedlings can be collected from Council's Customer Service Centre at 180 Cressy Street, Deniliquin or from McKindlays Riverine Nursery at 2220 Perricoota Road, Moama.
If you require assistance in selecting plants most suited to your property, please contact John McKindlay at McKindlays Riverine Nursery on 0448 836 248 or via email at email@example.com.