There are lots of ways to dispose of your Christmas tree. Of course, you can put it out to the road if your town collects them, you can burn it if your town allows that, or you can do what these people do. Strap it to a rocket and see how far you can get it to fly!
If you haven’t already, it’s time to start thinking about putting up the Christmas tree. According to the National Christmas Tree Association 25 to 30-million real Christmas trees are sold each year.
For a 2nd year in a row, the generous folks at Diamond Alpacas of Clarence asked if they could team up with WYRK and give away 20 Christmas trees to families who may be in need. You can sign up for one of
When I was little, we went through the entire process. We got the rusty saw out of the garage, we put our snow suits on, we all piled in the car and then we wandered around a field full of thousands of Christmas trees to find one that was just right. They all look great from the road, but when you get up close, they've got that one spot. Is it worth it? Or should you just get a fake tree?
The Christmas tree is a classic symbol of the holiday season and sometimes, maybe the best way to get in the holiday mood. You put an evergreen tree in the middle of your living room, decorate it with lights, ornaments and tinsel, and—boom—Christmas spirit!
But what ...
I think that trees can be more than just a great Christmas time decoration. I decided to go with an artificial tree this year. Don't get me wrong I love real trees. Before you tree farmers get mad, let me also say that I understand the hard work that goes in to trees year round. For me, an artificial tree makes more sense and I can use it year round!
We were talking about Christmas trees on Friday – the various types, how many are sold, the top states for growing Christmas trees. But today we’ll talk about when to put your Christmas tree up. It seems the modern tradition is to put up trees on Black Friday – the day after Thanksgiving.