High Altitude Tree Farm is teaming up with three local organizations in fundraising efforts
to support local and national charities. When you buy an environmentally-friendly Christmas Tree from High Altitude Tree Farm this holiday season a $10 donation will be made in your name to the local organization of your choice - Watermelon Seeds, OSSIPEE or Catholic Daughters.
Early childhood education is so important and the teachers at Watermelon Seeds are committed to providing a quality education in an environment that is loving and accepting. Funds raised on behalf of Watermelon Seeds will go toward their efforts to support the growing needs of the children in our community as they continue to provide a loving, nurturing environment where families are valued.
The Catholic Daughters of Holy Trinity parish is a very active local organization which supports numerous community and national causes such as Haven Pregnancy Center, Circle of Love, Camp Fatima and Habitat for Humanity to name just a few.
OSSIPEE is an amazing group of Plymouth Regional High School students whose goal is to promote healthy activities in the school and community and to support fundraising efforts on both the local and national level. One of their main events on the local level is the Annual BOBCAT Memorial 5K Race supporting a scholarship in memory of PRHS alumni SPC Marc Paul Decoteau (Class of 2008), CPT Douglas A. DiCenzo (Class of 1995), MSG Jared Van Aalst(Class of 1993). The group also supports national causes such as Making Strides Against Breast Cancer and the American Red Cross Blood Drive.
As part of our land management practices we strategically mow our fields and orchards allowing ongoing bloom to support our honey bees (and monarchs!). Instead of using chemical herbicides, we periodically hand-prune unwanted vegetation from around our Christmas trees. Because of “vegetative competition” our Christmas trees are not the common cookie-cutter shape – rather, each one is unique - just as Nature intended.
Environmentally-friendly (no herbicides, no pesticides)
freshly cut Balsam Fir trees, $40-$60
Available Thanksgiving weekend and while supplies last.
Just like your Holiday Season!
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