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Those who work with Lois Beckner know to avoid her if they hear Mozart's “Requiem” coming from her office. Beckner turns on that piece of music when she's working under a deadline for the Parks & Rec Guide, the thrice-yearly brochure put...
The drought of 2012 could have a profound impact on Indiana's Christmas tree production, but not this year, according to tree farmers who spoke with Fox59 News. Tom Dull, who has owned Dull's Tree Farm in Thorntown, Ind., for 28 years, said the drought...
Tags: Natural Disasters, Droughts
Recently, the improper disposal of ashes from fireplaces and woodstoves caused several wildland fires, according to a press release from the Virginia Department of Forestry. Wood ashes retain enough heat to ignite other combustible materials for several...
The Aberdeen City Council struck a compromise Monday on the issue of landscaping requirements in city parking lots. Under an amendment put forward Dec. 3, any existing business that has improved the green space of 20 percent of its total lot size could...
Opening day at Ruhl's Christmas Tree Farm, Nov. 23, found the day mild and bright. While many were out enjoying Black Friday sales, Ruhl's collection of trees in Phoenix attracted residents from around the area in search of the perfect tree for holiday...
Daily American Staff WriterThough it has been nine years since Greg Painter and his wife first started selling Christmas trees, their passion for the seasonal enterprise remains evergreen. "We love all the people," he said. "It's just a joy having the people come out here and...
Robert and Wilma Muir, owners of Deer Creek Valley Tree Farm in Street, have once again provided a large white pine Christmas tree for display outside the Maryland Department of Agriculture headquarters in Annapolis. Maryland Agriculture Secretary...
Tags: Holidays, Religious Festivals
Even if Minnesota's drought ended tomorrow, the dry conditions of the past two summers may haunt Christmases yet to come. Christmas tree growers say the lack of late summer and fall rains this year and last knocked out many newly planted trees,...
Tags: Natural Disasters, Weather, Holidays, Droughts, Weather Reports
Welcoming guests to a Baltimore hotel this holiday season will be a Sandy refugee — a tall, graceful Christmas tree that escaped the massive storm's high winds and unexpected snow. The 22-foot-high Douglas fir arrived at the Royal Sonesta Harbor...
For many people, finding the perfect Christmas tree and cutting it down is a family tradition, and one that puts them in the holiday mood. In Carroll County, local farms are happy to help spread that Christmas cheer, and bring in a little green as well....
There are more than 21,000 Christmas tree growers in the United States, with around a half billion Christmas Trees. Christmas trees have been sold commercially in the US since the 19th century. The majority of them are grown in Oregon, North Carolina,...
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