Trees for Troops

7  G’s Farm is a proud sponsor of Trees for Troops. We donate nearly 100 trees each year to the cause and accept donations year-round to support our efforts.

Ranger Nick visited 7 G’s Farm to learn what goes into growing these holiday beauties. He also shares information on a program that helps get Christmas Trees to our military men and women.




Greg Smith was honored to accept this donation from the East Jackson County High School Army Junior ROTC for Trees for Troops in 2016.




2017 Donors
Thank you to all of our donors!

  • Cabin Creek Bar B Que
  • Little Ward Funeral Home
  • Sander’s Furniture
  • Dan’s Food Mart
  • Classic City Door & Hardware
  • Stan & Sharon Lewis
  • Jerry & Vickie Tolbert
  • Robin & Dave Hawkins
  • Athens Dental Design – Charles B. Burch, Jr. DMD
  • Larry and Rebecca Gooch
  • Tim Palmer
  • Four Season Garden Club
  • Angie Morrow
  • Chris Horan & Family
  • Commerce Tobacco Outlet
  • Round About Tobacco Outlet
  • Eli Hewell
  • Tricia Parr
  • Amanda & Matthew Hewell
  • Eleanor & Darrell Williamson
  • Janice & Melvin Adams
  • Linda Goodman
  • Obie Brooks
  • Nancy Owens
  • Carolyn Barnett
  • Michael & Bette Rose Bowers
  • Jan Webster Catering
  • UGA Athletic Association
  • Lt. Col Eric Hughes
  • Master Sgt Roger Neal
  • Pilot Club of Jefferson
  • Wayne & Marsha Dukes
  • Meridyth & Jason Padgett
  • Elizabeth & Eddie Sanders
  • John & Ruthie Tucker
  • Jon, Holly, Matthew, Baylor and Issac Ward
  • Margaret & Pam Ward
  • Dr. Robert & Chery Ward Williams
  • David & Kay Haugen
  • Alan & Kathy Kennedy
  • Jackson Herald Newspaper / Mike Buffington
  • Athens Daily News / Wayne Ford
  • Roy & Susie Grant
  • Mark McGinnis
  • Steve Baxter
  • Gerald Willoughby
  • Paul & Audrey Hawkins

You can purchase a tree or make a small monetary donation while at 7 G’s Farm this season. Look for the donation bucket in The Store.

Thank you to all of our generous Trees for Troops donors over the past several years!

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