i got chestnut trees from w va state nursery program for about 50 cents per plant, state of tn program ran out of chestnut by time i had money to buy them. Let them grow naturally after planting and at least 80 percent still alive. got peaches, cherries, apples and grapes from ty ty ga. 2+ years ago only about 25 percent have survive. we were very careful to follow the suppliers instructions on planting and had to set up drip irrigation and still only 25 percent survived, they were very expensive trees and won't and can't do that again. the state dept of forestry nursery programs are a great thing to look into. they have many different species and the cost is very low and they are in many times grown in the same type soil and conditions that you have being a fairly local source. 20+ years ago I bought bought 500 peach and cherry trees from oregon. cant remember the farm, they were spectacular. at least 1 foot taller than advertised and cost was very fair about $5 for 8'-10' bare root peach trees. unfortunately that was different farm and I no longer have acess, live and learn.
This is probably a good time of year to order although early bird gets worm.
good luck with it, one of the best investment to your property in my opinion are trees that produce crop for many many years