New Jersey offers a variety of locations for people to pick out and cut down their own Christmas trees.
The first Christmas tree farm in the United States was located right outside of Trenton. The U.S. Department of Agriculture indicates that New Jersey harvested 68,471 Christmas trees in 2012.
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As Christmas quickly approaches, many New Jersey residents are heading out to purchase trees and many farms throughout the state allow customers to choose and cut down their own trees.
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Wyckoff's Christmas Tree Farm in White Township won the best tree in New Jersey and was the grand champion in the 2013 nation Christmas tree contest.