Growing Christmas trees in the Pacific Northwest Public Deposited

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  • Christmas trees are an enduring holiday tradition. U.S. producers supply about 35 million trees annually. The past few decades have seen the Pacific Northwest’s rise to prominence as the leading Christmas-tree producing region in the United States. With a combined annual production estimated at more than 11 million trees, Oregon, Washington, and Idaho produce more than one-quarter of all Christmas trees grown in the country.
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