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Tips to Maintain Wood Funiture

Vermont Tree Goods furniture is built to last and requires little maintenance. Periodically, due to an accident or everyday use, it needs to be cleaned. Follow the directions below to maintain wood furniture and keep it looking like new. Everyday Care: For regular cleaning, we recommend wiping your furniture with a soft slightly dampened cloth. This More…

Dec. 23: Celebrate Fire and Light + Last Chance to Shop

Friday December 23rd is your last chance to shop at Vermont Tree Goods in 2016!  Our showroom will be closed from December 24th through January 2nd.  We will be open by appointment during this time: email john@vermonttreegoods.com to arrange. On Friday December 23rd, an exciting new free event is coming to Bristol!  Check out the details More…

“Old Growth” ~ VTG in Seven Days

Seven Days Journalist Megan James told VTG’s story in the Nest section of Seven Days this week.  If you’re in the market to buy, sell, make a move or spruce up your décor, Nest brings you the best in Vermont homes, design and real estate. As the Winter 2016/2017 edition declares, “‘Tis the Season: Both at More…

Unique Handcrafted Holiday Gifts

🎶 Brown paper packages tied up with strings, These are a few of my favorite things. 🎶 If you want a more thoughtful and less wasteful holiday season, Vermont Tree Goods has you covered!  Our Vermont-Grown Vermont-Made wood products are built to last a lifetime and are handcrafted using sustainable practices. Vermont Tree Goods for the Holidays: Spalted Maple Coasters: More…

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Visit Bristol for Chocolate Walk Dec. 2

Join us Friday, December 2nd from 5:00pm -9:00pm – we’ll be open late! Come to Downtown Bristol on Friday for the 9th Annual Chocolate Walk and experience a complimentary chocolate treat in downtown businesses. Your favorite Bristol businesses will be open late for extended shopping and free chocolate treats.  Holiday Markets at Tandem, Bristol Bakery, More…

Charlotte News tells The Vermont Elm Story

The Charlotte News featured the story of Vermont Tree Goods, The Nature Conservancy, and The Vermont Elm in its latest edition: Vermont Tree Goods recycles largest elm in an effort to save species Vermont Tree Goods will make a philanthropic gift to The Nature Conservancy based on how much product made from The Vermont Elm More…

Sawmill & Woodlot Magazine features VTG

Vermont Tree Goods was featured on the cover and first page of the latest edition of Sawmill and Woodlot Magazine! The feature article shared “How Crafting a Business Plan Helped Vermont Tree Goods.”  In their words, “John Monks wanted to honor Vermont’s heritage trees by turning them into beautiful objects, rather than seeing them end More…

Gift Certificates Now Available

Give sustainable heirloom hardwood products to your friends and family this holiday season!  Giving Gift Certificates leaves them the opportunity to choose their favorites from our selection of furniture and wooden home goods or make a custom order.   Who on your list likes to support environmentally friendly practices?  Who likes to shop locally and support small More…

The Vermont Elm on VPR

The Vermont Elm’s story was broadcasted across the state Wednesday evening as part of VPR News.  Kathleen Masterson, of Vermont Public Radio and the New England News Collaborative, masterfully wove together the story including in-depth research and interviews from Vermont Tree Goods, The Nature Conservancy, and David Garrett. Listen to the story, as reported by More…

Mother Nature Network shares Vermont Elm Story

We were happy to see Mother Nature Network share The Vermont Elm story with its environmentally-minded readers around the world. With sites that generate more than 10 million sessions per month from more than 200 countries, Mother Nature Network is the world’s most visited online network for news and information related to the environment and responsible More…