The West Virginia Highlands Conservancy organizes volunteers to collect seeds from our native plant species because it is important to use local sourced plant material in reclamation and restoration projects. We sometimes sow the seed directly at restoration sites, and for some species we contract with commercial growers to grow seedlings from our seeds. When we have a surplus of plants we make them available to the public
We currently have a limited number of high quality Red spruce trees available for Fall 2016 and spring 2017. All proceeds support red spruce ecosysytem restoration efforts in West Virginia.