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South Windsor, CT (<a target=”_blank” href=”https://www.wfsb.com/news/local-tree-farms-busy-as-families-look-to-make-new-traditions/article_1cae72de-30f3-11eb-a4d9-4b9f1c9108b7.html?block_id=995302″>WFSB</a>) — The demand for fresh Christmas trees is up this year.
A South Windsor farmer says because of the pandemic, people are searching for a way to keep traditions alive.
A Dzen Tree Farm, Belle
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