Herrick Tree Farm
Choose & Cut Christmas Trees
2023 Season Update
We have more cut your own trees available than we had in 2022, but supply will still be limited. If you would like a cut your own tree, we highly recommend tagging your tree in October.
Tree Tagging Begins Oct 1st
Tree Pick-up Nov 22, 24, 25, 26
Dec 2, 3
Tree Cutting from 9am to 4pm
Pre-cut trees 9am to 6pm
- Mary A. Herrick Memorial Forest -
William E. Dorman donated his family's 100-acre Tree Farm to New England Forestry Foundation (NEFF) in 1990.
The forest was donated in memory of Mary Herrick, who was related to Mr. Dorman's mother. The land had been in the Herrick family for at least seven generations, and Mary left it to her cousin's son William (Bill), who was an active conservationist. To conserve the forest in her name, Bill donated the land to New England Forestry Foundation to become one of it's many community forests. The forest is open for passive recreation, with an excellent trail system constructed primarily by Bill himself. The High Ridge Trail connects Herrick Rd. to High Ridge Rd. and is open for your enjoyment. The Christmas Tree Farm was started in 1965 by Bill and his Family. He hired many local friends and acquaintances who became lifelong friends and in some cases partners. He passed in 2005.
His legacy continues to grow in Herrick Tree Farm !