AVRCD offers the following services to the public and commercial accounts in the goal of providing plants and education to sustain our environment and provide resources for future generations.
At AVRCD, we can provide and grow drought tolerant and native plants for your work project. Plants can be grown in any container size and quantity. Contact us to start planning your project.
The nursery is open to the public Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Drought tolerant plants, native plants, trees, shrubs, grasses and wildflower seeds for sale. Plants available can be seen here.
Our goal is to demonstrate attractive and appropriate landscape designs for the AV and surrounding areas through native and drought tolerant plants. To learn about our sponsorship opportunities or to be part of the garden click here.
AVRCD is dedicated in educating the public on conservation. Schools may schedule field trips to the nursery & conservation garden. Visit our Kid's Corner for fun educational information and worksheets.
Windbreak Tree Program
The Antelope Valley Resource Conservation District, Supervisor Kathryn Barger, S-Power and BHE Renewables are sponsoring the 2019 Windbreak Tree Program for the Antelope Valley. This program offers qualified residents with FREE windbreak trees that can be planted on their property to provide a buffer against wind. For instructions and application, click below.
The Raymond H. Krueger Scholarship was established by the Antelope Valley Resource Conservation District in 2000. Antelope Valley area high school seniors or continuing college students pursuing a collegiate course of study in an agricultural or related field, natural resource management, biology or botany, and a resident of the Antelope Valley, are eligible to apply. Scholarship amounts depend on number of entries and available funds. Click here for further information.