(FOX BUSINESS) – Supply chain issues have caused shortages of everything from toilet paper to turkeys this year. Holiday supplies could also be in short supply.
For many, getting a Christmas tree for the holidays is a family tradition, but this year, getting one will cost more than in previous years.
In Pollock Pines California, a small town nestled near the Sierra Nevada Foothills, Christmas trees are grown by a few different farmers. These farms once threatened by the rapidly-moving Caldor Fire earlier this year, are now open for business. But there's only one issue: demand is higher now than ever before.
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