There’s no better place to get into the holiday spirit than on Christmas Lane, home of the Forest Society’s The Rocks’ Christmas Tree Farm. The Rocks opens for cut-your-own trees November 23 to December 15, open daily from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. (closed Thanksgiving Day). Holiday cheer is alive this season with cut-your-own trees, retail trees, wreaths, maple syrup, horse-drawn wagon rides, visits from Green Father Christmas, and a fire pit to warm your toes. Click here to plan your visit The Rocks.
Check out our latest project in Lee, NH. Tuckaway Farm has excellent agricultural soils, plus crazy good wildlife habitat thanks to enhanced 4,000 feet of frontage on the Oyster River—-which is also a drinking water source for the city of Durham and the University of New Hampshire. What’s not to like?
The Trees for Troops program gets donated trees from farmers, businesses, and individuals throughout the country. The trees are donated to military bases around the country as well as to some bases overseas. The Rocks is the gathering point for VT and NH donations.
New Hampshire is a pretty cool place. There are mountains, rivers, lakes, oceans, and a lot of trees. NH is over 80% forested (83% currently as measured by USDA Forest Service), but it hasn’t always been that way.