On the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, a report came out saying the U.S. was in the midst of a massive Christmas tree shortage and prices could go up. But we spoke to Christmas tree farmers, and that's not quite the case. Yes, there is a shortage, but it's not new. Edward Regina of Regina Farms in Marshall's Creek says Christmas trees have been incrementally declining because there simply aren't as many tree growers in the country. He says the business side of it has gotten tougher from tougher regulation, shrinking profit margins, and rising expenses.