Woodsedge Tree Farm includes 75 acres of fields, forests, wetlands and streams in the scenic Skylands of central Warren County. Many species of wildlife abound on the farm. Their farm was permanently preserved by the NJ State Agricultural Development Committee and the Ridge & Valley Conservancy in 2006. In 2004, Christmas tree planting began. They now have about 6 acres of trees in various stages of growth.
They raise honey bees that produce all natural honey and offer it for sale along with beeswax soap in the Christmas Barn. In addition, they have some handmade wooden crafts all made from trees from their farm. Choose from birdhouses, turned wooden ornaments, cutting boards and wooden bowls as well.
Offer free hot chocolate and cookies in the Christmas Barn while you warm up by the wood stove.