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The Picnic Maple

By a sharp bend in the New Haven River along Rt. 116 in Bristol, VT, a favorite local picnic area was sheltered by a stately old maple. This cherished tree was taken down and left along the roadside because of its unmanageable size. Vermont Tree Goods recognized its historic importance and beauty and brought in More…

Showroom Concert with Magpie

Recycled Reading of Vermont Books & Instruments presents: Magpie in Concert Join us in our showroom space for an intimate evening of beautiful music from traditional songs to vintage blues, swing to folk classics, and stirring original compositions. The powerful voices and harmonies of Terry Leonino and Greg Artzner, with beautiful arrangements on guitars, mandolin, More…

A Look at 2017’s Custom Furniture

At Vermont Tree Goods we pride ourselves in the high quality unique custom furniture we produce.  Our hardwood furniture is Vermont-grown, Vermont-milled, and Vermont-made.  Each piece is one-of-a-kind and highlights the unique natural character of the wood’s grain and shape. To see furniture as it is produced, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, or More…

Tree Hugger Photo Contest

We love trees.  Do you?  Prove it! Take a photo of you or a family member hugging a tree.  We encourage you to get creative! Then post the photo to Instagram and tag @VermontTreeGoods with the hashtag #VTGTreeHugger and follow @VermontTreeGoods on Instagram. Finally, spread the word!  The number of likes the picture receives and the quality More…

The Vermont Elm’s story featured by The Nature Conservancy

The Oak Log is The Nature Conservancy’s Vermont Chapter’s newsletter, published twice a year for their members.  The latest edition features a wonderfully written article featuring the story of The Vermont Elm.  We are so grateful for The Nature Conservancy’s environmental advocacy and on-the-ground work to preserve the Elm species.  We hope that the contribution we More…

Vermont Agency of Agriculture Highlights VTG’s Story

Thank you to the Vermont Agency of Agriculture for highlighting Vermont Tree Good’s work on Earth Day!  Check out the article below, or visit their website. Celebrating Earth Day, Every Day On April 22, 2017, millions of people around the globe will gather to promote awareness of the environment by celebrating Earth Day.  The Working More…

VTG Donates Huge Tree Slice for Elm Place Development

Vermont Tree Goods of Bristol has donated a massive slice from an American elm tree to Cathedral Square Corporation to hang in the lobby of Elm Place, an affordable living community in Milton for seniors and individuals with special needs scheduled to open its doors in March. The slice comes from a storied tree in More…

Our Vermont Hardwood Selection

Slabs in the sawmill When it comes to lumber, Vermont Tree Goods’ hardwood selection can’t be beat.  We are fortunate to be based in Vermont, home to a tremendous variety of hardwood species.  Each species has its own range of unique and beautiful characteristics, some of which are only to be found in the fully matured More…

John Monks Named Emerging Woodworker of the Year

John Monks, owner and founder of Vermont Tree Goods, was honored by the Vermont Woodworking Manufacturers Association (VWMA) at their recent annual meeting. The VWMA created a special new award this year, the 2016 Emerging Woodworker of the Year.  This title is given to a business that has been in the industry for under 5 years and More…

Vermont Economic Development Authority Invests in VTG

Thanks to the Vermont Business Magazine for sharing this exciting news: The Vermont Economic Development Authority (VEDA) has approved $7.1 million in economic development financings, supporting manufacturing, agricultural, energy and small business projects throughout Vermont.  “VEDA is pleased to be making financing investments in Vermont’s manufacturing sector, where new jobs for Vermonters will be created,” said More…