Riverwind Tree Farm was formed in 1998, and opened up for the first time for tree sales in 2008. Located in Lancaster, MA, Riverwind Tree Farm is located on a 25 acre property that is bordered by the Weekeepeekee stream and the Nashua River.
Is getting a real Christmas tree good for the environment?
Yes! Local Christmas tree farms offer open space and a natural habitat for wildlife and birds, and real Christmas Trees are a renewable & recyclable resource. Each year when a tree is cut down, multiple seedlings are planted in its place.
Christmas trees also absorb carbon dioxide, which is helpful for the environment. Artificial trees, on the other hand, are made up of synthetic compounds and when they’re disposed of, they are unable to be recycled and sit in landfills for hundreds of years.
Lastly, we believe there is nothing better than visiting a local Christmas tree farm during the holiday season!