We are no longer accepting spring tree orders for 2019! However, we may have available overstock at the time of tree pick-up on April 26 & 27 at the Ionia County Fairgrounds. We will continue to take wildflower and seed orders until May 2019.
The primary responsibility of the Ionia Conservation District is to protect our natural resources. We encourage the use of land and water within the limits of its capabilities, and encourage the treatment of each acre with the proper protection and improvement it may need.
In addition, we acquaint communities with the importance of soil and water conservation, and assist residents with conservation concerns. Through many public programs, we not only educate and serve, but do our best to make wise use of natural resources A FUN EXPERIENCE FOR ALL!
Please take some time to browse through our website, and be sure to contact us if you have any questions. We’re here to serve.
Your Ionia Conservation District works with many state and regional programs to bring you information and resources. Some of these are depicted below, and there are many more. With the help of these agencies, we offer a host of programs throughout the year. Please visit our Programs Page to see what’s on our calendar!