Vermont Tree Goods



I’m excited to be writing to announce a new job!  I admittedly have been working at Vermont Tree Goods for a few months.   Between this transition, several summer weddings to attend, and lots + lots of gardening, I’m just now sitting down to make the official announcement.  My hopes for this professional transition is to have a job that leaves me with energy to cook, garden, and go on outdoor adventures when I’m not at work.  So far so good!




Vermont Tree Goods mills planks and creates furniture from trees that have reached the end of their growing years. Through the transformation into furniture these magnificent beings extend their legacy by living on in homes and businesses.  Large old trees really do make spectacular slabs, which make beautiful table tops and other furniture.
My role at this new Bristol, VT business is to do pretty much everything that doesn’t have to do with sawing wood or building furniture.  It’s really nice to be working for a dynamic new business selling such high quality products with a spirit of environmentalism at its core. Check out the website: to see photos and learn more about the company and follow us on your favorite social media sites (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and/or Pinterest) to stay in touch.


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If you know of anyone who might be interested in our work, please help spread the word!  If you’re in Bristol, stop by to visit me Tuesday-Friday 11am-5pm (call ahead: (802) 453 – 4544 to confirm I’m working).  The showroom is also open 11am-5pm on Saturdays.








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1 Response to Vermont Tree Goods

  1. Sarah says:

    Congratulations on your new job. It sounds wonderful!

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