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Conservation trees arrive for Hill County producers


Havre Daily News/Ryan Berry

Eric Pallas, of Missoula, points out the different shipments he has to take care of Monday in Havre. Pallas, who is not a truck driver by trade, said he is helping the Montana DNRC deliver trees across the state because the former driver no longer works for them.

Monday, the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation office in Havre and the Hill County Conservation District received a shipment of trees from the state to help agricultural producers with their conservation efforts.

"It's a big service the conservation district does," NRCS Soil Conservationist Laurie Massar said.

The conservation district received more than 7,000 trees ordered in Hill County by more than 20 producers, she said. The trees also come in a wide variety, more than 40 different species, with bare root, small container or large container seedlings for produce...

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