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You may already know that buying local food makes a difference for the environment. Not only are you contributing to your local economy, but you're also significantly reducing the pollution and packaging that goes into transporting goods over long distances.

It's the same for trees. Find the nursery or retailer with trees grown as close to your home as possible, or better yet, find the nearest Christmas tree farm.

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