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and Evergreens

Goderie’s Tree Farm started growing Christmas Trees for retail and wholesale in 1970. There are hundreds of pre-cut trees of all sizes, varieties and price ranges to choose from. Fresh cut trees from 3 ft to 18 ft in height are brought in daily.

and Garden Nursery

Goderie’s Tree Farm specializes in installing trees, both residential and commercial. We also Grow nursery stock that is hardy enough to withstand the harsh upstate New York winters.


We grow the sweetest plumpest blueberries around! Stop in for a fun day of blueberry picking this season – the whole family will love it. 9 AM – 3 PM Monday-Saturday (seasonally).

Goderie’s Tree Farm:
An Adirondack Family Tradition

In 2020, Goderie’s Tree Farm celebrated fifty years in business, but the family’s history with the scenic Fulton County farmland goes back much farther. The Goderie family purchased the land in Johnstown around 1939 after their Northampton farm was flooded by the creation of the Great Sacandaga Lake.

At the time, the rolling foothills of the Goderie land served as a small family farm with a sawmill and a handful of cows, pigs, and chickens. Around 1960, when his wife passed away, the family’s patriarch sold half of the land and leased the other half to local farmers. In 1970, C. Peter Goderie and a family friend turned the remaining land into a Christmas tree farm in the hopes of putting his sons through college.

C. Peter’s sons Pete and Mike have been managing the tree farm since 1983 when they took over from their parents. In 2000, the brothers bought back the land their great-grandfather sold forty years earlier. Today, they’re carrying on the family tradition with some modern innovations.

The 250-acre farm and nursery produce fragrant fir trees for the holiday season as well as hardy evergreens, hardwoods, and flowering trees for landscaping. The farm’s two nurseries have supplied more than a dozen local restaurants with fresh tomatoes and cucumbers, and their hop yard supplies Stump City Brewing in Gloversville and Roger’s Cideryard in Johnstown. In addition to developing the farm’s diverse offerings, the Goderie brothers have also invested in solar modules capable of powering all of the farm buildings.

In the past, the farm’s award-winning wreaths have graced the doors of the Executive Mansion as well as the governor’s offices in Albany and New York City, and Goderie trees have also made an appearance in Times Square holiday events. They’re already a part of New York’s holiday tradition. Isn’t it time to make Goderie’s Tree Farm part of your family’s tradition?

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