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NORTH CAROL I NA CHOOSE & CUT GU I DE

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MEHAFFEY TREE FARM

WALTER W. MEHAFFEY, JR.

24 Corner Drive

Waynesville, NC 28785

828-926-1424

E-mail:

mmehaffe@gmail.com

Website:

www.MehaffeyTreeFarm.com

Directions:

From Interstate 40, take Exit 20 onto 276 South, Follow 276 South

for 3 miles then turn right onto Grindstone Road. Follow Grindstone Road

until it ends. Turn right onto Hemphill Road. Farm is .2 miles ahead on the left

and is visible once you turn onto Hemphill Road.

Operating Dates and Hours:

November 24-December 17: Thursday-Sunday

9am-5pm. Closed Thanksgiving Day

Tree Species and Height:

Fraser Fir 6-12 feet

Accessories and Special Services:

Refreshments, Restrooms, Wreaths,

Garland, Tree Baling, Machine-Shaking

Other Services:

All trees are easily accessible to the young and the young at

heart. We are a pet-friendly farm. Dogs on leashes are welcome.

H A Y W O O D

Visit

www.NCchristmastrees.com

The Goodness Grows in North Carolina program is the official promotional program of

the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. The program was

originally conceived as a broad-based way to promote top quality NC agricultural prod-

ucts. Beginning in 1998, some changes have been made to tailor part of the program to the

Christmas Tree and Nursery Industries.

Membership in the program is free to all qualified producers of North Carolina agricultural

products. Qualifications for Christmas Tree Growers and Nurseries include:

1) Production facilities or corporate headquarters must be located in North Carolina.

2) Facilities and or products must meet all Federal and State regulations where applicable.

3) The Goodness Grows logo can only be used on plants that are:

a) Grown in North Carolina

b) Meet or exceed the USDA standard for # 2 Christmas trees (for cut trees)

c) Meet or exceed the American Standard for Nursery Stock as published by

the ANLA.

The Goodness Grows in North Carolina program is not intended as a substitute for any of

the programs of the NCCTA. The NCDA & CS encourages you to continue your support

of the North Carolina Christmas Tree Association and the outstanding work the association

does for the North Carolina Christmas Tree Industry.

The Goodness Grows in North Carolina symbol is registered with the Secretary of State, and its

use is regulated solely by the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

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