The One Place In New Jersey Where Christmas Trees Go To Die

Approximately 95 million American households have Christmas trees this year; about 25 million of those trees are real (genuine wood) trees. While many trees get thrown in the trash, many are recycled. The trees are used for a variety of purposes including feeding goats, rebuilding and supporting sand dunes, and creating habitats for fish. In one New Jersey county, old Christmas trees are used to help give new trees and plants life.

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Do you know of any other New Jersey towns or businesses that recycle Christmas trees in a fun way? Share with us in the comments. Christmas may be over but winter isn’t! For winter fun in New Jersey, check out this sledding hill.