As the maple syrup season unfolds at an unprecedented pace, producers are bracing themselves for the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
Nebraska has been facing exceptionally dry conditions all year long, which dealt a tough blow to the state’s Christmas tree industry.
The Virginia Farm Bureau is showcasing some of the 1,400 Christmas tree growers across the state as they engage in a year-round labor of love behind these iconic holiday symbols — from novice tree grower like Ricky Lapkin to seasoned veterans of the industry like Timothy O’Neal.
We head to Worthey Christmas Tree Farm in Mississippi, where the crisp air and festive spirit of the holiday season blend seamlessly with the charm of a local Christmas tree farm.
University of Kentucky arborists cultivate an unforgettable on-campus experience through urban forestry
A glimpse into the mindset of the University of Kentucky’s trio of arborists as they relish their role in fostering healthy urban spaces across campus.
Over the years, Rustic Pines Christmas Tree Farm — nestled just outside Kiester, Minnesota — has become much than just a place to find the perfect holiday tree.
Pine Grove Farms is a holly-jolly agri-tourism spot in Arkansas that is sure to get you in the Christmas spirit!
A Tree in Every House: Angel Tree Farms embodies the “Season of Giving” in their Pennsylvania community
For this tree farm in Alburtis, the holiday season is about more than profits. Instead, they are embodying the spirit of Christmas charity by offering trees to local families at whatever price point they can afford.
Embark on a festive journey as Chuck Berry unfolds the enchanting process of growing Christmas trees at Berry’s Tree Farm.
Drought has taken a toll on durum wheat, sugarcane and feed supplies this year, and now it’s impacting Christmas tree supplies.
A Mississippi logging family’s resilience, challenges, and the unseen struggles behind the Logger of the Year.
The first Arbor Day was celebrated in Nebraska City back in the 1870s. Now, the national holiday is held across the US the last Friday of April. Learn more about it’s history, what trees are best for your backyard or farm, and how you might be able to find free ones to plant!