In 2015, the world’s most popular Christmas tree farm in California was forced to close because of drought.
Now, a new report says it could soon be a thing of the past.
The National Christmas Tree Farm, a three-acre farm in Orange County, California, has been selling the prized trees for more than a decade, but it is about to lose its Christmas tree status, according to the report by the National Consumer Law Center.
“The National Consumer Legal Center is very disappointed in the decision to close the National Christmas Show Farm in Orange, California.
The National Christmas Display Farm is the only Christmas tree-producing operation in California that has been in operation for over a decade and is a significant part of the Orange County landscape,” the report said.”
For many years, this farm has provided an important source of income for the Orange area and its residents,” the group added.
The farm is located in the scenic town of Santa Ana and is operated by David and Linda Woodland, who have been with the business for four decades.
David Woodland said the farm has been growing its tree stock since the 1980s.
“Our farmers produce more than 500 trees per year,” he said.
“We grow up to 300 trees per season and harvest the remainder.
The farm has about 300 trees in each of the three acre lots.
The couple opened the farm in 1986 and now sells the farm to businesses for around $300 per acre.
The report said the Farm had a “fairly stable income” from selling trees to other farmers, but the farm’s income had fallen by 50 percent in the past decade.”
Many of the other businesses that are using our trees also do so at an extremely low cost, which is something that has made the business unsustainable,” David Woodlands said.
The Farm also sells trees to the entertainment industry and other businesses, including food service companies, according the report.
The Woodlands do not have a formal policy about what they sell.”
We do not plan to pursue any litigation with any potential competitors,” David said.
David Woodlands and Linda have a history of making the most of their land.
But the main thing is, I feel that the family has a very deep relationship with the land. “
We’ve got about 20 trees and 20 other trees that we’ve planted over the last 15 years,” Linda Woodlands explained.
“But the main thing is, I feel that the family has a very deep relationship with the land.
And they have planted the first trees that are actually going to be harvested.”
The farm has received nearly $2 million in tax incentives since it opened.