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John Wolfram did a post about seedling orders being taken for the Indiana area.

I was afraid it might have been too area specific, I expanded the areas with a
reply I did. Most states have seedling programs, some you will need to go in
on an order with someone else if you have a small property. I did see mention
of one states order page take in to account that some people resale, so that is an
option to.

Here is the link to John's Seedling Thread
 
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Missouri conservation dept. has a good program for ordering seedling trees. I've ordered trees the past 2 years. I directly planted some of the trees but others I put in a temporary home for the first season and will be transplanting them this fall. I was able to water and manage them more closely and I have had a much higher survival rate this season. I'm excited to get the trees transplanted here soon in various locations throughout the property. This year I primarily focused on Persimmon, Pecan and Burr Oak. The black locust trees that i planted have tripled in size just this year. Many of them were 2.5 to 3 ft tall when planted and are currently 7 to 8 ft at this time. Here is the link for ordering trees when the time comes on Nov 1. MDC tree order form
 
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