The Department of Technology, Management and Budget has announced that it’s looking for a 65-foot spruce or fir and is taking nominations.
It’s never too early to start thinking about Christmas… right?
Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree, how I want to recycle thee!
Consumers looking to deck their home could pay more than last year to outfit their decorations with a real tree.
“We have to get the job done, Christmas isn’t going to wait for us to get the trees to market.”
It will take nearly three weeks to prepare the tree and park for a tree-lighting ceremony scheduled for Nov. 21.
A 63-foot blue spruce from the Upper Peninsula has been chosen as this year’s state Christmas tree.
It might be summertime, but the search is already on for the state of Michigan’s Christmas tree.
This season, Oakland County is making holiday cleanup easy and “green” by offering free, self-serve Christmas tree recycling.
The holiday season in Detroit’s vibrant urban core will kick off on Friday, Nov. 22 with the highly anticipated 10th annual tree lighting in Campus Martius Park.