Tree farms are one of the easiest ways to get paid.

Here are the best tree farms in North Carolina.

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Woodstock Farm in Wilmington: This tree farm in Wilmington, North Carolina, is a perfect example of how small farms can make a big impact on a community.

The Woodstock farm has more than 1,400 trees and more than 3,000 acres.

The owners have also planted some crops for their community.

Woodland Farm’s owner, Mark R. Wood, said, “I think the biggest challenge that we face is getting the word out to the community.

People have no idea what a tree farm is.”

Woodland also works with local businesses to promote the benefits of trees and encourage people to consider buying trees.

Wood’s farm has an annual income of $1,600.

Wood said the trees help support the community by providing income for the community as well as making a huge difference in the environment.

Woodwood also has a nursery for the animals that grow the trees.

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Fisk Farms in Charlotte: The owners of this North Carolina tree farm are passionate about the forest and its many benefits.

Fisks owner, Ken H. Fischman, has worked with the local community to promote trees.

“We are in a position to make a difference in our community because we plant trees for the people in our area, and we plant them at an area that we know is important,” Fischmans wife, Michelle Fischmann, said.

Fishman said, “[It] will be the first time I see a tree that is so big, I think it’s going to be a big change in our relationship with nature.”

Fisk’s annual income is $2,600, which makes it the third-largest tree farm outside of North Carolina in terms of revenue.

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Greenbrier Forest in Winston-Salem, North