Sunday, November 28, 2010

Support Your Local Farm: The Village Tree Farm in Green Village, NJ

Why did it take me so long to find The Village Tree Farm on Meyersville Road in Green Village, NJ? It's a family-run Christmas tree farm just a few minutes from my home and we had a wonderful afternoon picking out our tree. In addition to getting a great tree, we also got to admire their beautiful, Amish-constructed barn, built in 2004.

www.villagechristmastreefarm.com

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