Goderie's Tree Farm, established in 1970, is a small family owned Tree Farm/Nursery located in the foothills of the Adirondacks consisting of approximately 250 acres used in the production of Nursery Stock, Christmas Trees and supporting Woodlots.
Tree installation, free advise and Landscaping services are also available.
Balsam and mixed evergreen wreaths are available from mid October through December and certain sizes can be shipped anywhere in the United States .
The current owners, Pete and Mike Goderie have been managing Goderie's Tree Farm since 1983. They took it over from their parents and are the fourth generation operating this Farm.
It was a Dairy Farm prior to 1961 operated by Floyd Kenyon who relocated to this area in 1930 when his Farm in the town of Northampton was flooded by the creation of the Great Sacandaga Lake.
His 300 acre farm was located on some of the higher ground in the Sacandaga Valley and the islands that exist today are known as the Kenyon Island Group.