Why wait? Now you can save on time with some of Copeland’s best-selling pieces!
Copeland Furniture lovers rejoice! We have great news for you. We’re rolling out the Copeland Furniture Quick Ship Program here at Vermont Woods Studios. Say goodbye to waiting for long crafting and shipping times. What does this mean? Let me break it down.
With our Save the Monarchs tour coming up next week, we decided to dress this Vermont furniture showroom up for the occasion. Ken and Kyle built a beautiful maple end table and brought it over to Breeze Verdant who inlaid that amazing monarch image above. There are actually over 100 tiny pieces of wood and metal in it!
Great Season Ending Savings Opportunity! This is what dreams are made of!
Oh no it’s August! You know what that means? School is back in session, days left to spend at the golf course are slipping away, the late sunsets slowly grow earlier and earlier and we find ourselves bringing sweaters with us just in case. While I hate to see Summer go, as a serial online shopper, I can’t help but love the clearance events during August.
7 Ways You Can Help Save Monarch Butterflies From Extinction
Frequent flyers on this blog are well schooled on the plight of the beautiful monarch butterfly. Over the last couple decades the population has declined by over 90% leaving the monarch in imminent danger of extinction. Once a billion butterflies strong, there are now only about 50 million and the need to conserve their habitat is urgent. The good news is that, with your help and a little cooperation from Mother Nature, it may not be too late. Here are 7 things you can do to help the monarch make an epic comeback in 2016-2017:
From barely noticeable caterpillar to one of nature’s most beautiful creatures.
Monarch Butterflies have long been a popular and famous insect. Their image is used everywhere from GMO free food labels to makeup ads. And, just a couple of months ago President Obama met with the Canadian Prime Minister and Mexican President to discuss how these three countries can save the monarch. With seven states including Vermont calling it their state insect, it’s a wonder how we’ve let the monarch butterfly population reach the endangered zone.