It’s that time to take down our Christmas trees, but you can keep the holiday spirit alive by donating your real trees to local Long Island farms!
Dried Christmas trees make great treats for many animals, like goats, llamas and sheep for example. Not only is it a tasty change in diet for these furry friends, the dried trees act as a natural dewormer, and has a high amount of vitamin C.
Several Long Island locations are accepting donations through the end of January, by appointment or without.
Goodale Farms - also collects wreaths (NO APPOINTMENT REQUIRED)
Brower’s Birds (APPOINTMENT REQUIRED)
Catapano Dairy Farm (APPOINTMENT REQUIRED)
Long Island Yarn and Barn (APPOINTMENT REQUIRED)
Suffolk County Farm and Education Center (APPOINTMENT REQUIRED)
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