Christmas tree farms busy; prices inching up

MONKTON RESIDENTS CORY and Shirley Tracy (front) and Lisa and Ed Thompson help carry a couple of freshly cut trees from Ripton’s Sinclair Family Tree Farm this past weekend. Each year the Ripton tree farm sells around 600 trees, most of which are chosen and cut by customers. Independent photo/Steve James

County tree farmers say they have a healthy selection of Christmas trees this year, though buyers will see a slight hike in prices due to inflationary pressures.

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