- Birds and bats are attracted to Christmas lots to control pest insects. Natural tree cavities are left or houses placed as nesting areas. The tree Swallow and Chickadee are two of the species attracted to our Nova Scotia wild stands.
- Various weeds such as goldenrod and bunchberry also attract beneficial insects to our tree lots.
- One acre of Christmas trees produces
enough oxygen for 18 people.
- Christmas tree wild stand lots are used
for recreation purposes, such as skiing, walking, hiking, horseback riding
- Wild stand tree lots are natural sustaining; all the trees are never harvested. Different size trees grow side by side. By growing in this natural way the environment is nurtured not harmed.