Farm Evolves From One Generation to Next

John Wyckoff was in the eighth grade when his father planted the first Christmas trees on the back slope of a hill in the farthest corner of the old family farm in 1958. The 1,000 tiny Douglas firs were less a business plan than a hobby that kept a difficult piece of ground covered.

Wyckoff’s Tree Farm – Still The Best Place To Cut Down Your Christmas Tree

The other day I made one of my favorite posts type – Old School Facelifts.They are one of my favorites because it usually involves some of my recent experiences in NJ coupled with a new way of advertising for them.I also always get a lot of positive feedback and often hear from one of the folks that runs the company I profile.  Last week’s post chronicled our recent annual tree cutting experience out in Belvidere, NJ with stops at Wyckoff’s Tree Farm,