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Helping Members Successfully Grow and Market Quality Christmas Trees


September 14th 2019

Dawson Christmas Tree Farm
238 Blowe Road,
Ahoskie, NC  27910

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A block of rooms have been reserved under the name of ENCCTGA at the newly renovated Ahoskie Inn located at 343 NC 561W Ahoskie, North Carolina.  Phone Number is 252-332-4165; email is Room choices include king, queen, or double at a cost of only $60 per night plus taxes.  PLEASE, call to reserve your room ASAP however absolutely BEFORE September 6th, 2019.

On Friday evening, September 13th, 2019 Gene will host our evening meal consisting of a fish and chicken fry plus all the sides.  Serving begins at 6:30 PM.  You are also welcome to attend a farm tour / look around prior to dinner.  On Saturday September 14th, 2019,  for lunch, we will have hamburgers and hotdogs with sides.  Meals will be $12 each which includes a modest amount for our Association funds.

2019 Membership Application - Click Here

Please note: membership dues are now $75


Got To Be NC Agricultural Products Dinner

Board members Sherry Peele and Henry Helms represented the ENCCTGA on May 10th at the annual dinner hosted by the NC Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, with the support of commoditiy groups to bring farmers and legislators together to discuss issues facing and advocate for North Carolina Agriculture



The Eastern North Carolina Christmas Tree Growers Association (ENCCTGA) members are Christmas tree growers with businesses east of the mountains of North Carolina.  Membership is also open to producers, vendors and employees of public agencies serving the industry.

The Eastern North Carolina Christmas Tree Growers Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of the production of high quality Christmas Trees east of the mountains. 

The Association meets twice annually, once the second Saturday of February and once on the second Saturday of September. Locations very across Eastern North Carolina.