One of the best things in December is the smell of a real Christmas tree!  The aroma fills the entire house and adds that special touch of magic to the holiday season.  Ah, it's heavenly.

But what do you do with a real Christmas tree once the needles start falling off and the holiday is over?  If you are looking for ways to dispose of a real tree this holiday season, I found a few options in the Rochester, Minnesota area that might be beneficial to you.

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Three Spots Where You Can Dispose Of Your Real Christmas Tree in the Rochester, Minnesota Area

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Christmas trees can be dropped off at the Olmsted County Compost Site, any day of the week during daylight hours (through March).
🌲 There is no disposal fee.
🌲 Remember to remove the stand, ornaments, and lights.
🌲 Wreaths, swags, boughs, and evergreen decorations should be placed in a bag and thrown in your garbage to prevent the spread of an invasive species known as the Elongate Hemlock Scale—a pest that feeds on conifer trees. Do not compost.

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  •  Front Door to Farm - keep watching their Facebook page for info on how to have your Christmas tree picked up.
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