Many Networx readers will be putting up some form of Christmas tree in the coming days or weeks, and while there are lots of alternatives to the traditional cut conifer, these holiday classics still dominate the landscape. The only problem is what happens at the end of the Christmas season, when that once-proud tree is a brown, dessicated remainder of its former self, and you have to drag it out of the house, shedding needles along the way, and send it along on the next step to its journey.  See full article.

  Many Networx readers will be putting up some form of Christmas tree in the coming days or weeks, and while there are lots of alternatives to the traditional cut conifer, these holiday classics still dominate the landscape. The only problem is what happens at the end of the Christmas season, when that once-proud tree is a brown, dessicated remainder of its former self, and you have to drag it out of the house, shedding needles along the way, and send it along on the next step to its journey.  See full article.