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Where Have All the Christmas Trees Gone? πŸŽ„

THURSDAY, DEC 16, 2021

By now, it’s well-known that it’s tough to get a Christmas tree. Where have they all gone? If the U.S. Census of Agriculture is any guide, Oregon or North Carolina would be your best bets. Oregon, the state whose auto license plates feature a fir tree, reported $121.3 million in cut Christmas tree sales in 2017, the latest year for which U.S. Department of Agriculture statistics are available.

The Beaver State was trailed by North Carolina, with $86.8 million. Pennsylvania ranked third, with $28.9 million in Christmas tree sales. Seven states – Alaska, Arizona, Hawaii, Louisiana, Nevada, West Virginia, and Wyoming – failed to report any Christmas tree sales from farms in 2017.

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Author: Frank Bass

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