Shasta College’s Annual Christmas Tree Sale

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Christmas tree photo by David Boozer on Unsplash

Photo by David Boozer on Unsplash

Shasta College’s Annual Christmas Tree Sale will be held Thanksgiving weekend,
Saturday November 28 and Sunday, November 29 only. To keep Farm guests safe and comply
with social distancing protocols a new process has been implemented. Starting November 18
clients may go online to select and purchase a specific variety of tree using this link: After online payment is complete a date and time will need to
be chosen for final tree selection and pickup at the Shasta College Farm. Appointment times will
be in 20 minute increments. A maximum of two guests from each vehicle will make the final tree
selection with help from one of the students. Trees will be trimmed and wrapped if requested
and loaded into the guest’s vehicle. There will be a variety of trees including: Douglas Firs,
Noble Firs, Silver Tips, Grand Firs and Nordmann Firs. As guests drive through the farm an
animal safari of baby goats and other farm animals will be on display. Children will be given a
gift bag with a special craft inside and individually wrapped sugar cookies. Santa will be on site
to great guests and provide a festive atmosphere.

Poinsettias are also available for purchase and pickup at the Farm. Click on, and click on the “Shop Now” button.

This event is hosted by the Shasta College Ag Leadership Club. All proceeds benefit Shasta
College’s Ag Leadership Club and the continuation of agricultural programs and events at the
college. For further information please contact Audra Harl, (520) 242-2209, or visit our Facebook page at:

-from press release
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