Tree farmer gets creative to survive pandemic downturn

TreeLife Farms workers Xavier Mendoza, back, and Jeronimo Velasquez, toil away on planting pecan trees as the business continues to make its way during the COVID-19 pandemic as demand for trees remains if in a different way.

One way or another, Mike Aschenbrener and his wife Pam, made sure that their business would find a way to survive the COVID-19 pandemic.

Did they ever.

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