UPDATE: June 1, 2023

If you ordered shelterbelt trees from Greenview, they will be available for pickup on Wednesday, June 14, 2023!

Please pick up your order at the location you selected when you placed the order (Agricultural Services Office in Valleyview – 3602-45 Street, DeBolt Public Service Building, Grovedale Public Service Building, and Grande Cache Public Service Building).

Trees can be picked up between 8:00 am – 4:30 pm.

Missed out on placing your order? We will have a few extra trees available for purchase, including Siberian Larch, Red Osier Dogwood, Trembling Aspen, Okanese Hybrid Poplar, and Bebb’s Willow available! Some extra trees may be available for purchase on the day of pick up.

UPDATE: June 7, 2023 – 

Greenview’s Agricultural Department is excited to announce the return of the Shelterbelt Tree Program on February 2, 2023!

The ONLY remaining species available is Trembling Aspen. Trembling Aspen is a very hardy, native tree that does exceptionally well in Greenview’s climate. This very fast-growing and long-lived tree requires very little maintenance, perfect for your shelterbelt.

To place an order, you can download the form below or pick up an order form from the Valleyview Administration Building, Agricultural Services Office (Valleyview), DeBolt Public Service Building, Grovedale Public Service Building or the Grande Cache Public Service Building.

After your order is placed and paid in full, you will be contacted with a pickup date for your order. This date typically occurs in May-June. For pickup, orders will be delivered to your nearest Greenview Public Service Building or the Agricultural Services Office in Valleyview. Please make alternate arrangements if you cannot pick up your order on the delivery date. Orders not picked up will be distributed at Manager’s discretion.

For more information, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Greenview’s Agricultural Services Department at (780) 524-7621.

Download a copy of the order form here 2023 Greenview Shelterbelt Tree Order Form

To find out more information on the different varieties of trees available, please visit Shelterbelt Tree Quick Facts