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      • Open for Fall Fest!

        Today, September 22nd, we are officially open for Fall Fest! 11a-6p weekends through October 28th. Come join us for all kinds of fall fun!

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      • Yenser's Tree Farm - Where Pumpkins Fly!

        Huh? STAY TUNED.......

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      • Trees for Troops weekend NOW

        Today, December 1, 2017 we kick off our annual Trees for Troops weekend. Check our home page for more information.

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      • Opening Black Friday, November 24th at 9am!

        Mark your calendar! We open for the Christmas season on Black Friday, November 24th at 9am. We'll be open weekends 9am to dusk and weekdays noon to dusk through Thursday, December 21st. We are really looking forward to seeing everyone and making your season festive. Our online shop is already open and available 24/7....

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      • Thank you, and on to Christmas!

        Thank you all for an amazing fall season. We are humbled by the number of people who came to visit Fall Fest and are grateful for the positive feedback. It's our goal to give families a chance to relax and enjoy nature. We hope you enjoyed this year's additions to...

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    Trees For Troops

    Show your support for our troops by purchasing a tax-deductible tree and writing a message to a military family.

    Click here to purchase online.

    Your tree will be loaded onto a FedEx truck located at Yenser’s Tree Farm. The cost of each tree is $25 and for every tree purchased we will donate $5 to the Chrismas Spirit Foundation.  Schools and businesses may also participate. Call (570) 386-2073 

    Since 2005, Trees for Troops has provided more than 191,000 Christmas Trees to military families and troops in all branches of the military at more than 65 bases in the U.S. and overseas. In 2016, Trees for Troops delivered 17,141 farm-grown Christmas Trees. Trees were donated by roughly 450 Christmas Tree growers, retailers and their customers in 25 states. Donations were received through individual farms, the collective efforts of state and regional Christmas Tree associations, and Trees for Troops weekend. Hundreds of donors and volunteers participate each year to make Trees for Troops happen.