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Cartner’s Christmas Tree Farm featured in All About the Table

Cartner’s Christmas Tree Farm was featured in the special holiday issue of All About the Table.

Governor Presented with Capitol Christmas Trees and Wreaths

"This year’s tree was grown on the Cartner Christmas Tree Farm, a family-owned Fraser fir farm in Newland, North Carolina. The Cartner family will compete for the chance to provide the Official 2021 White House Christmas Tree at the National…
Sam teaching his granddaughters to top trees

Industry Pioneer Celebrates 92nd Birthday in the Field

published in Limbs & Needles, 2012 | Download the PDF Sam Cartner helped organize the North Carolina Christmas Tree Growers Association (now NCCTA) in 1959. During that time, he assisted in the establishment of one of the…
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Capital at Play – The Cartner Christmas Tree Farm

November & December 2012 Edition Visit the Capital at Play archive  |  Download the article
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Family Firm Yields to Family Farm in Tree Season

NC Lawyer Magazine November/December 2006 Ten months out of the year, the law offices of David & Ginny Cartner generally resemble most general practice firms, in Asheville or anywhere else for that matter. Residential and commercial…
Sam Cartner was recognized for his years of service to the industry when he was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2006 National Christmas Tree Association Biennial Convention in Portland, OR.

Sam Cartner Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Reprinted from the American Christmas Tree Journal | October 2006 Download the article Sam Cartner was recognized for his years of service to the Christmas Tree industry when he was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award at…
Sam and Margaret Cartner

American Christmas Tree Journal

July 2006 At the North Carolina CTA Winter Meeting in March, awards were presented for outstanding service to the Christmas Tree commodity in North Carolina and for outstanding educational awareness to the praises and problems associated…

A Feeling for Firs

Sunday, November 30, 2003 HERALD-JOURNAL Spartanburg, S.C. Sure it's business. But, it's become a tradition. For more than 40 years, this North Carolina family has come together this time of year to supply our nation with that most…

Margaret Cartner – Helping the Family Business

Written by  Helen Pitts of Sugar Plum Farm Margaret Cartner did not arrive in a horse and wagon dressed in gingham, but she is nonetheless a true pioneer. She and husband Sam own and operate Cartner Christmas Tree Farm in Avery County. Through…