The One Place In Connecticut Where Christmas Trees Go To Die

Now that presents have been opened and Santa Claus has retreated to the North Pole, the only thing that remains is that Christmas tree. You cut it down, brought it home, decorated it with shiny ornaments and twinkling lights. But now that tree has lost its piney scent, the New Year is upon us and it has got to go. Before you haul that evergreen out to the curb, think twice, there is one place in Connecticut where you can recycle your Christmas tree with the help of some goats!

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Would you consider recycling your Christmas tree at Lyric Hill Farm? For more great farm experiences, check out this article.