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  • Customers hike through the 13.5 acres of Christmas tree selections. The farm has a history dating back to 1927 when Broadway and character actor Edgar Stehli purchased the farm in rustic Vernon, NJ. The farm is still deeply rooted in the family, run by Stehli's granddaughter Chris Glickson.




  • The Monochello family of Highland Lakes think maybe they found their perfect tree.




  • A 19-foot balsam is loaded for its ride home.The Stehli Farm is open every weekend until Christmas.




  • PHOTOS BY JANET REDYKE Farm helpers Craig Niebuhr, Hunter Walker, Jack Martis and Chris Hanke ready a Christmas tree for a customer at Stehli Christmas Tree Farm on Route 515.










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