Shelterbelt Planting Program

Ordering Trees - Deadline March 15, 2017

Because of the loss of the Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration Shelterbelt Program, the County of Stettler has partnered with Tree Time to provide a similar program.

The County of Stettler is coordinating the delivery of trees purchased by County of Stettler residents through the Alberta Shelterbelt Program. As a result, the County will handle the cost of all freight. Unfortunately, due to the loss of federal funding, this new program is user-pay.

The order form is below. Place and pay for your order at the County of Stettler by March 15, a late fee of 15% will be applied on orders after March 15, and we will not accept any orders after April 14, 2017. (Order early to ensure availability of your favorites). 
As an added bonus this year, we will be hosting a Shelterbelt Workshop with Tree Time. Watch for the event posters, as attendees of this workshop will receive 10% off any tree orders. The County will pay all of the freight on orders placed through us.We project trees will be delivered between May 8-12, 2017.

Tree Time Order Form


We are willing and able to assist in planning your new shelterbelt rows. The County of Stettler can provide a tree planter and two operators for planting 200 trees and more. This unit requires the land owner to provide a tractor with hydraulics, a driver, and a minimal fee.
We also have a plastic mulch applicator free for your use, you just need to purchase the plastic mulch.