The 2018 annual meeting will be conducted August 3-5 at the
Hilton Garden Inn, West Monroe, Louisiana.
Registration for the conference and reservations for the hotel are showing a very strong interest in the West Monroe meeting.
Friday August 3rd, there will be mini farm tours 11:00 AM at Curry Farms 22 miles east of West Monroe and 2:00 PM at Pepper Christmas Tree Farm 12 miles south of West Monroe. Friday evening, the board will meet after dinner. Throughout Saturday, the annual and business meetings, dinner and auction will be conducted in the Hilton Garden Inn. Sunday, Barbara and Don Rawls will host the farm tour on their Precious Memories Christmas Tree Farm 10 miles northwest of West Monroe beginning at 9:00 AM. Sincere appreciation is extended to the farm hosts. For hotel reservations, please contact the desk (318) 398-0653. The Hilton Garden Inn is located at 400 Mane Street, West Monroe, Louisiana 71291 near I-20 Exit 113, Downing Road. You are invited to visit http://WestMonroe.HGI.com for more information about the hotel.
The following companies will exhibit: Evans Christmas Products, Fraser Knoll Farms, Grant Christmas Tree Farm & Syrup Mill, Kirk Company, Tim Mitchell's Yule Stand System, and Steele's Saje. Please contact your vendors in advance so they can bring extra supplies, equipment, replacement parts, and etc. If not for any other reason, call to welcome their participation.
Choose-and-cut Christmas trees are the freshest of fresh trees!
Choosing and cutting your own Christmas tree is a wonderful outing to begin your Christmas season. Bring your family and friends to experience the fun and excitement of a working farm where you can find your perfect tree, and enjoy pumpkin patches, hay rides, wreaths, gift shops, farm animals, school tours, breathe some fresh air, and many other offerings.
Bring home a healthy, fresh grown Christmas tree from a local farm.
Our proud members invite you to explore our website, call or e-mail, check us out on the web, Facebook or other social media but most encouragingly come on out and visit the farm. We are confident you will return!
Real trees make scents!
If you are considering starting your own Christmas tree farm, full-time or as a hobby, it will be rewarding to see your hard work come to life. As with any farming endeavor, Christmas tree farming requires smart planning, efficient management, a dedicated application of information, determination and good old work. There is no better organization than the Southern Christmas Tree Association to become a member of when considering such an operation, implementing farming practices or increasing your knowledge base of this rewarding industry. Sharing experience counts at SCTA.
SCTA believes in members helping members and creating memories that will last a lifetime.