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Tonewood Maple


Tonewood is redefining a standard for elegance and quality in maple products. Through collaboration with expert sugarmakers, we produce pure maple syrups and other specialties. Our products are single-sourced, unblended, and free of additives.

We combine this standard for excellence with sleek design and forward-thinking sustainability practices to produce gourmet products. By funding climate research, local farming efforts, and sustainable forest stewardship, we seek to preserve maple production. 

We’re committed to celebrating maple’s naturally sumptuous flavor and under-realized versatility.



Elmore Mountain Farm


Elmore Mountain Farm produces natural body care products from a 200 year old farm house tucked up against the side of Elmore Mountain in northern Vermont. We use our own goat's milk to make our Vermont Goat's Milk Soap and also offer a bubble bath, body oil, shampoo, face cream and lip balm. All of our products are made from 100% natural ingredients and are scented with pure essential oils. We hope you enjoy our products.


Peter Miller


In this newest works by Vermont’s most distinguished photographer, Peter Miller brings together some of his most iconic photographs from the first editions of Vermont People (1991) and Vermont Farm Woman (2002) with over 50 new photographs of Vermonters and their stories, capturing the essential character of the people of Vermont since 1950.
A Lifetime of Vermont People is 208 pages in a 9x12 inch oblong format. Bound with a gold embossed cloth cover. The book includes 199 photographs that illustrate the 49 profiles of rural Vermonters, the type of people I grew up with and came to admire.

Peter Miller Photography

Mary Kerr


Mary Kerr vividly captures the essence and history of Mad River Glen, considered perhaps to be the most unique ski area in the country.

Grace Potter


Miya Kline


I credit my Japanese ancestry for getting me involved with paper folding at an early age. Many hours of my childhood were spent turning sheets of  paper into animals, toys and folded gum wrapper chains.  The Japanese people have a great reverence for paper, and over the years I have discovered a beauty and strength in washi paper, as it supports me throughout my life. All of the pieces I make are hand folded in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont from beautiful Japanese Washi papers, using a technique called origami. Origami is the ancient Japanese art of folding paper, “ori” meaning to fold and “kami” meaning paper. I buy this paper in large sheets directly from Japan, and then cut them into specific sizes (some as small as 1 1/2 inches square). By following specific patterns, I then fold this paper into all the mobiles, ornaments and jewelry.

The Paper Crane Origami

Vermont Teriyaki


Three savory flavors
Original Teriyaki, Double Garlic, and Sweet Onion!

Vermont Hills Teriyaki

Vermont Cook Books 


Eastman Long and Sons Pure Vermont Maple Syrup


Four generations of the Long Family have continued the tradition of producing some of  the finest maple syrup here in the Mad River Valley.

Tapping well over 11,000 sugar maples, lots of hard work and the state of the art technology, pure Vermont maple syrup can be enjoyed year round!

Bridge Street Bakery


Mary Laulis founder of Bridge Street Bakery and Mary's Fine Pastries and Catering came to Vermont in 1984 as a part of the back to the land organic movement. She operated a self sufficient farm until the early 90's where her homesteading arts brought her into the world of food and catering as a pastry chef.
Formally educated in Boston at the Museum of Fine Arts she brought her love of the art and her love of cooking together.

Vermont Cakes