Farmers are struggling to keep up with the demand for Christmas trees
A nationwide shortage of Christmas trees is making it difficult for some families to find that perfect tree. Demand for Christmas trees rose during the beginning of the pandemic. And as farmers cut down more trees, the harvests couldn’t keep up.
Megan Zerez of WSKG reports from Ithaca, New York.
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