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The "Off" Season

Some of you made the trip out to our Tree Farm this past holiday season and while you were walking around, we didn't have to be too mindful of tripping over past seasons' stumps.. This is because our crew keeps busy during the months ahead, cutting all our stumps down to the ground to make room for new saplings in the spring.

When the soil warms up, we take advantage of replacing most of the cut trees from the previous season with new Spruce and other variety saplings. Keeping busy during, what most people think is our, "OFF" season, is what allows us to continue providing our community and your families with a Christmas Tree each year in addition to providing our, never disappointing, 42 acre view you have grown to enjoy!

We appreciate everyone who came out to visit us and support our Family Farm this past holiday season. We enjoy having you and sharing in your holiday spirit!

Thank You!

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