There are tons of things to do out here on the farm! There are tons of things to do out here on the farm! Drop us a line! Come see our Virtual Tour! Come check out our custom mill work!

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GPS Coordinates:
Lat: 121•34'06" HDOP 1.8
Long: 39•46'12"N

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What's New
at the Farm

What's New at the Farm

High elevation Silver Tip firs are here.

Also, we expect a shipment of fresh cut 🌲 Christmas tree varieties  not able to grow in our warm climate. 

All precut trees kept farm fresh in water. 

Table top spruce, holly and many cut your own farm trees of course!



School/Club Tours and Activities

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School and club tours are available September through May. Visit a real working Christmas tree farm, an Environmental Education Experience. Most children don't realize that Christmas trees are grown on Tree Farms. There are many varieties of trees, and it takes science to develop the right conditions for growth.



On this tour participants will take a guided walk through our decidious and evergreen forest and receive mementos of the tour. Also, plan to visit with our farm animals and picnic while enjoying the outdoors and a beautiful day in Paradise.

Christmas season tours ( December ) recommended for pre school, K-3. School tour fee $4.00 per child, no charge for accompanying adults. $75.00 minimum.


Prior to the tour, visit the National Christmas Tree Association web site www.realtrees4kids.org for assistance in preparing lesson plans and other fun and educational facts/activities for the kids. We customize our tour to your goals and CA State Curriculum standards.

School Tour Testimonial

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Dean Anne and Joe,

Thank you for participating in our Christmas tree farm research project. It has been very interesting hearing from people for around the country.

Our third graders made a giant chart, consolidating the data from the various farms that participated. A phone of kids working on the chart and one of the final completed project is enclosed.

The students have visited both farms that are here in our area, and it was fun to compare what we learned from you with what we have seen here. They were surprised by the large number of species of trees that you grow there. It is much more limited here.

Your reply was the first one we received, and the kids were very excited when it came!

Again thank you for sharing your information with us. It was a fun and educational project for the kids.

Sincerely

Nancy DeCamp
Third grade Science Teacher
Booker T. Washington Elementary

Other Activities
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