On a hot, humid Saturday in late December, a farmer from North Carolina’s Wilson Farms, one of the largest tree farms in the country, and a dozen of his workers are packing up the Christmas tree farm in North Carolina for a new life in the U.S. from New Jersey.
The Wilson Farm, a 40-acre wood-framed farm near New York City, has been producing a variety of trees since its founding in 1985, when Wilson first bought the land from the Dutchman family.
It is also home to the North Carolina Nursery, a cooperative of more than 3,000 farmers and ranchers who collectively produce some 4,000 varieties of the tree.
The tree farm’s first season, in December, produced more than 7,000 Christmas trees.
The Christmas tree market in New Jersey, where the farmers are selling their harvest, has grown to nearly $5 million.
This is not the first time that the tree farm has come to the United States.
In 2003, a similar program to provide trees for farmers in New York State was started in the state.
The program has since grown to a number of hundreds of tree farms across the country.
But this year, as with most of the farms on the list, Wilson farms is going back to the drawing board to find a better solution for the trees.
A lot of people who are doing it right are very happy about it, says Chris Larkin, a New Jersey-based wood-frame farmer who is also the CEO of the New Jersey Nursery.
Larkin says he believes that this year’s program will allow the farm to get more trees out there.
Larkins farm was one of several farms that will be given the green light to move to the U: They will have to build a facility that will hold at least 50 trees.
This will allow them to keep the tree farming industry going, but it will also give the trees an opportunity to grow and grow and create new varieties.
A couple of months ago, Larkin was in a meeting in New Hampshire with several of his fellow farmers to discuss the new tree program.
The farmers told him that they are all very happy with what they’re doing, and they want to be able to harvest more trees and put them into the program.
“It’s great for us because we’ve all got to make sure that the trees are harvested in the right way,” says Larkin.
But it’s also going to require more trees to be planted and harvested.
“The trees need to be harvested at the right time,” he says.
He is worried that the program could make some of the trees not as good as they need to get.
Larkser says the program will require some time to get used to the idea of harvesting trees in the back yard, and he is worried about how it will affect the trees that will grow in his backyard.
“This will be an important change,” says the Wilson farm’s Larkin of the new program.
Lander says the farmers plan to begin harvesting trees on November 12 and will be in New Brunswick, New Jersey from that date.
They hope to start planting the trees in December and hope to harvest some Christmas trees in 2017.
“We’ve got some work to do to get it all ready for Christmas,” says Wilson farmer Jim Stearns.
The next harvest will take place in the spring of 2018.
The first harvest in 2019 will take the trees to the market and some of them will then be put into a greenhouse.
The new program is being implemented in conjunction with a plan by the North Jersey Nurseries to open a nursery at the farm, as well as a program to expand and expand its membership, including a plan to create a nursery in the New Brunswick area.
The farm is also planning to expand to the Northeast and to other parts of New Jersey in the coming years.
But Larkin is hopeful that the new farm will be able grow trees on a larger scale in the future.
“I’m excited to have this opportunity to be in the Christmas Tree Market, but I am worried about the long-term future of this farm,” says Stearnes.
“There’s so many things we need to do on the farm that will help us stay in the farming industry.”
In a statement, the Nursery of North Carolina said it is excited to see that this program is working and that it will be a source of pride for the Wilsons family for years to come.
It also said that this is not an isolated incident.
“While we have not yet seen the first harvest, we have seen many new trees grow and many of the varieties grow in Newberg, N.J., which is a small farming community about an hour and a half from Wilson,” the statement says.
“Our goal is to continue to grow the market in a positive way, so that Wilson’s annual production of Christmas trees is even greater than it is now