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2024 Native Plant Sale Online Store – click here
Is Now Open – March 11th through Friday April 12th

With so many orders and plants we have decided to extend our online orders to Friday April 12th!
This will be your last chance to order online !
We will have plenty more day of sale but prices may go up!
If you have any questions contact our office at (661) 825-5400

Tell your friends about our Native Plant Sale 2024
On Earth Day Join us April 20th 2024 from 9am to 1pm
for a variety of native plants,
a kids table, special guests and food!
For best selection pre-order online from
March 11th to Friday April 12th
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Want to help?
Make a donation for trees for schools or contact Jillian in our
office for more details on donations and volunteer opportunities.

Things to note 

  1. Plants ordered are not guaranteed and are based on availability at the nurseries.
  2. REFUNDS OR SUBSTITUTIONS will be given for plants that are not available at time of pick up.
  3. PLANT PICKUP | SATURDAY APRIL 20, 2024 | 9AM – 1PM Tehachapi RCD, 321 West C St, Tehachapi, Ca 93561 (Corner Of Mill And C St)
  4.    Call to arrange Pickup if unable to retrieve on specified date (661) 825-5400

If you are having trouble ordering online please contact Jillian in our office, Thank you !

 

Tehachapi Resource Conservation District (est. 1947) 
Conserving & Enhancing Our Natural Resources & Environment

The Tehachapi Resource Conservation District (TRCD) facilitates a diversity of resource conservation projects, including soil and water conservation projects, wildlife habitat enhancement and restoration, control of exotic plant species, watershed restoration, conservation planning, and education, among others.

TRCD

Next Meeting:

Meeting March 14, 2024 – 10 AM.

321 W. C St. – Tehachapi, CA

Please contact us by email:   
[email protected]
for communications.

Learn more about our Mission and Stewardship.

Read about the History of the Tehachapi Resource Conservation District.
Find out about our Current Projects.
Contact the Tehachapi Resource Conservation District with any questions, inquiries or concerns you may have.

Invasive Plants and Drought – A very timely and informative article, click here to read it.