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VTG and The Vermont Elm on WCAX News

Cat Viglienzoni and the WCAX team did a wonderful job capturing Tuesday’s events and spreading the word about Vermont Tree Good’s efforts to recycle The Vermont Elm, the largest elm in the northeast.  In her words: “The elm tree stands more than a hundred feet tall towering above the other trees in Charlotte, but not for much More…

VTG on New England Cable News

Jack Thurston of New England Cable News shared the story of The Vermont Elm on Tuesday evening’s news.  That morning Vermont Tree Goods supervised the taking down of the elm, the largest in the northeast, after a Tree Hugging Ceremony.  Viewers across New England learned about Vermont Tree Goods’ efforts to recycle this heirloom hardwood along with The More…

Tree Hugging Ceremony Nov. 1st

  This spring the largest Slippery Elm in the northeast, located in Charlotte, VT, died from Dutch Elm Disease.  Vermont Tree Goods will supervise the taking down of this historically significant tree on November 1st after a Tree Hugging Ceremony.  Its wood will be milled in our unique sawmill, kiln dried, and crafted into furniture starting next spring. Vermont More…

How Do I Order Custom Furniture?

Vermont Tree Goods builds unique custom furniture and installations for a wide variety of homes and businesses.  Email info@vermonttreegoods.com or call (802) 453 – 4544 to initiate the custom order process. Here’s what will happen if you decide to work with us to design your custom piece: 1. Gather any information you have about the piece of furniture you’d More…

Heirloom Hardwoods

At Vermont Tree Goods, we tell folks that we give new lives to heirloom hardwoods.  What are we talking about? When you live, work, or play near a big old tree, it is not uncommon to grow attached to it.  Many houses in Vermont were sited near magnificent trees (rather than the other way around).  Unfortunately, sometimes trees More…

A Good Ending for the Tilden Elm

The Times Ink! of Richmond and Huntington published a wonderful article about the Tilden Elm in their latest edition.  Jane Vossler’s in-depth research makes her article both interesting and informative.  Learn all about elm trees, the Tilden Street Elm, and Vermont Tree Goods:

What Makes Our Furniture Sustainable?

Not many sawmills or furniture companies are built on a foundation of environmentalism.  At Vermont Tree Goods, our sustainable environmentally conscious practices and products truly represent our love of trees and our planet. Before VTG was founded, most of Vermont’s oldest trees were discarded when they died because they were too big and “misshapen.”  VTG owner John Monks engineered More…

Vermont Tree Goods Profiled in Local Paper

  Thank you Lou Varricchio for sharing Vermont Tree Good’s story with our Addison County friends and neighbors!  Read the story online by clicking here. “Vermont Tree Goods: New life for heirloom trees” By Lou Varricchio, AUGUST 30, 2016 BRISTOL — A new furniture business in downtown Bristol is getting a lot of attention in the upscale, More…

Richmond Elm Lives On in Town Hall Tables

Richmond, VT – On Friday August 12th, Vermont Tree Goods (VTG) of Bristol, Vermont delivered two custom live-edge conference tables to the Richmond Town Hall. The wood for these tables came from an Elm tree cut down by the Town of Richmond last year after it sadly succumbed to Dutch elm disease. The tree lived More…

New Life for New England’s Largest Slippery Elm

Vermont Tree Goods is partnering with the Vermont Nature Conservancy to give new life to this enormous Charlotte elm tree.  We were sorry to hear about its death, due to a fungus known as Dutch elm disease.   Putting a positive spin on this sad story, Vermont Tree Goods will be selling furniture made from the tree’s More…


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