Christmas Tree Book

West Virginia’s choose-and-cut Christmas tree farms are places where holiday traditions and environmental stewardship go hand in hand. Our tree farms grow a wide selection and variety of high-quality trees that bring the beauty and aroma of the forest to your home. While growing on these farms, Christmas trees stabilize the soil, protect water quality and provide cover for wildlife. Growing Christmas trees absorb carbon dioxide while emitting fresh oxygen. They also beautify the landscape with their classic shape and lush foliage – something not found on artificial trees. Best of all, they can be easily recycled after the holiday.

You can download the Book here or get a copy at one of the regional Division of Forestry offices, or from one of the growers listed.

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The West Virginia Division of Forestry is committed to protecting, nurturing, sustaining, and promoting the wise utilization of our state’s forest resources.

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Established in 1909, as a declaration of the state government for the need of forest protection and research, the West Virginia Division of Forestry protects and conserves the state’s forest resources.

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