Keystone both has a nursery of its own and provides assistance and support to nurseries set up in the villages. The campus nursery is meant to cater to the local demands from estates and schools for forest species. Most nurseries grow ornamental and horticulture varieties, but  Keystone raises forest and shola species and are being recognized for it by people and Forest Departments. Earlier only the forest department used to maintain such nurseries. With the Keystone inclusive approach, the organisation has found active participation and interest from the village.

The objectives of nurseries is to work as a conservation hub where local people can buy saplings and result in the increase of the use of local, endemic species. The nurseries also work as locations for carrying out restoration education and looking at the use of and landscaping with native species.