Green Team Profile: Katrina Moore

Katrina Moore: Green Team Profile

Katrina joined the Green Team in mid 2021 to bolster our sales & customer service team. Katrina is a graduate of Middlebury College and spent time in marketing and sales as well as a woodworker’s apprentice after graduating. She returned to Vermont after spending a few years living in other parts of the country, and we’re psyched to have her on the team!

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9 Species Going Extinct Due to Habitat Destruction & Deforestation

Last updated on September 27th, 2021 at 09:26 am

Aerial view of deforestation

When an environment is incapable of supporting native species due to factors like deforestation and illegal logging, animal populations lose their habitats. This habitat destruction leads to species’ homes being uprooted, their food supply diminished, population reproduction decreases, and ultimately the animals have nowhere to turn. Because of all these factors, more species are added to the endangered species list every year.

As part of our mission here at Vermont Woods Studios, a portion of our profits is used to conserve forests, plant trees, and save endangered species from going extinct due to habitat destruction.

Here are some of the most iconic animal species being threatened by global deforestation:

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Vermont Furniture Makers: Thinking of Growing Your Business?

Last updated on September 24th, 2021 at 11:59 am

Vermont Furniture Makers, there's never been a better time to grow your business.
Vermont Furniture Makers, there’s never been a better time to grow your business. Learn about today’s trends and resources to help you grow. Illustration by Trevor Guido-Williams.

Now is Your Moment!

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Solid Wood Dining Furniture | Tips and Advice for Buyers

solid wood dining funiture

Buying High Quality Handmade Solid Wood Dining Furniture at Affordable Prices

Looking for high quality, handcrafted, real solid wood dining furniture at great prices? Here are some tips and advice I’ve collected to make your shopping experience successful and fun.

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How to Improve Your Memory, Health & Happiness

Last updated on January 14th, 2022 at 10:40 am

Trees have been scientifically shown to improve health, wealth and happiness
Trees have been scientifically shown to improve health, wealth and happiness. Who knew? Check out the scientific studies below that make it official.

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Where to Buy Used Vermont Made Furniture?

Last updated on October 27th, 2021 at 04:35 pm

Vermont has a reputation for building super high quality products, especially wood furniture. And that reputation has been sculpted over hundreds of years, as there are thousands of woodworkers in the state whose families have passed down woodworking skills through generations of talented craftsmen.

The quality of furniture that comes out of Vermont is so high that we even offer a lifetime guarantee on all our wood furniture. Everything we sell is built to last a lifetime and then some.

Because Vermont made wood furniture is of such high quality and holds its’ value over time, there is a surprisingly strong market for second-hand or used wood furniture that is made by Vermont craftsmen.

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Fine Wood Furniture: Top 5 Tips for Shopping Online

French Country Dining Set | American Made | Vermont Woods Studios | Fine Wood Furniture

This is part of a series of posts on how to buy fine wood furniture online. Bookmark this page or sign up for our newsletter to follow related posts.

Experts Provide Value

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Is Palm Oil Bad or Good for the Environment?

Last updated on July 12th, 2021 at 03:14 pm

The palm oil controversy asks why it is bad but is there any good from it either? We take a look at how palm oil affects the environment and communities.

palm oil plantation

An important distinction to make is that the crop itself is not inherently bad for the environment, but rather the way plantations operate. We believe it is important to make that distinction because of our own commitment to sustainable practices. Only reporting that palm oil is bad is a “black and white” mindset that leaves little nuance for the communities trying to change its production.

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Delivery Update as Covid Delays Persist

Thank You for Your Patience

It has been more than a year since the COVID-19 pandemic started causing chaos and it has been tough going for everyone. We deeply appreciate and cherish all our past, present, and future customers.  We apologize for the delays that Covid-19 is causing. Like all of us here at VWS, our Customer Service Representative, Brian Doherty, feels your pain. He asked me to post some common Q&A about how things are going.

Covid delays

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Go Paperless: 10 Zero Waste Hacks to Save Paper (and Trees!)

Last updated on June 8th, 2021 at 09:21 am

In 2018, people in the US threw away 18.35 million tons of paper and paperboard. Paper products made up about 12 percent of landfill waste (EPA). But it doesn’t have to be this way… adopt these zero waste hacks to go paperless and reduce your impact!

1) Reuse whatever paper you already have

First things first, reuse before recycling! Those junk mail envelopes you’re planning to toss? Use them for your grocery list. Other paper items you can reuse are shipping mailers and cardboard boxes, paper bags, and documents with printing errors. Make sure you’ve used them until they’re no longer functional before recycling them!

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