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What Happens To The Christmas Tree at Rockefeller Center After The Holidays?

My Aunt posed this question to me, and I didn’t know the answer to it. I got interested so, I looked up What Happens To The Christmas Tree at Rockefeller Center After The Holidays? and I came upon this site. This website has a lot of ads that can be annoying but, it is a really interesting article. I hope you find it as cool as I did!

-Anna

Spoiler Alert: I’m happy the way they use the tree after the holidays! The Christmas tree really lit up my holidays, and when we were in New York we went and saw that tree over 4 times. I’m glad they use the Christmas trees for a good cause or otherwise, I would feel guilty that I was supporting a beautiful Christmas tree that would go to waste.

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6 Comments

  1. natalie dente January 7, 2017

    Hi Anna, thank you for the info on the tree. I too am glad that it will be recycled to help build shelters for those in need. love Grandma Natalie.

  2. Nico January 11, 2017

    Hello Anna, That was really cool how they reuse the tree. I am wondering how much energy the trees led lights use compared to my house.
    Nico.

    • annac9 January 11, 2017 — Post Author

      Hi Nico! That is a great question! I never really thought about that before. Now I’m interested to find out how much energy all those lights use!

      -Anna 😉

  3. Debbie January 11, 2017

    Hi Anna,
    Thanks for the follow up. So glad the beautiful tree that brightened my holiday is put to good use helping people! Hopefully folks throughout the world recycle their trees too.
    Love,
    Debbie

  4. Angelo Otterbein January 22, 2017

    I’ve never heard the word “treecycling”! I like it! thanks for the information.

  5. Marco February 1, 2017

    FIVE MILES of lighting! Wow! That’s awesome that they donate wood to Habitat for Humanity.

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