Western New Jersey

Wyckoff's Tree Farm gives back with Trees for Troops program

Trees for Troops

WHITE TWP., N.J. - A tree farm in Warren County, New Jersey is getting top honors for spreading holiday cheer.

Wyckoff's Tree Farm in White Township won an award for having the best Christmas tree in the state.

Secretary of Agriculture Douglas Fisher cut down the tree Monday and it was then donated to the charity program Trees for Troops.

The Wyckoffs hope customers will help them donate 200 more Christmas trees.

"Giving back to those who give so much for our country and what a better way to say thank you then to put a Christmas tree in their house at Christmastime," said John Wyckoff.

The farm is also donating trees to the NOR-WES-CAP Family Success Center in Phillipsburg for families in need.


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