Eco Care Giveaway: Mission Pedestal Stand

April 1, 2014

April celebrates Earth Day and as we thaw out into spring we decided to ask you about anyway you can support our planet this month.

Mission Pedestal Stand - Eco Care GiveawayThis Month’s FREE Raffle Giveaway…

Mission Pedestal Stand

How do you plan on taking care of the planet this month? Buy less disposable paper products? Organizing your trash for recycle? Let us know and you’ll be entered to win the raffle!

At Manchester Wood the environment matters to us. We believe in sustainable, eco friendly timber harvesting and wood manufacturing practices.

Our wood furniture is a green solution for the home or the office. The hardwood lumber that we use to manufacture our furniture grows in sustainably managed forests in the Northeast by suppliers that meet strict State and National standards for forest management. These “best management practices” have been developed by the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI). Our goal is to create top quality solid wood furniture from beautiful American hardwoods for our customers’ homes and offices with minimal impact on the environment.

So with that said, Earth Day (April 22nd) is this month and we thought why not ask you how you can help be in your “best practices” or assist others with theirs. As a result of letting us know how you plan on taking care of the planet this month through emailing us (, mentioning us on Twitter (@manchesterwood), or writing on our Facebook wall ( you’ll be entered to win this FREE Manchester Wood product.

The winner will be drawn at the end of the month!

The giveaway item is our Mission Pedestal Stand, designed to hold small items and ideal for holding plants (perfect for green ‘Earth Day’ thoughts? 😉 ) The solid American ash construction allows for heavy items and an heirloom quality. Crafted at our mill in the Adirondack foothills of New York.

Manchester WoodHappy Spring!

Ed & Priscilla Eriksen

Manchester Wood: American Made Furniture

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  • Reply G Andolina April 23, 2014 at 9:59 pm

    my goal is to compost every possible food item for the garden and recycle what can’t be reused in some other way.

  • Reply Alisha Hodges April 26, 2014 at 4:37 pm

    We have been picking up trash around the neighborhood, and our one year old daughter is even learning. We have been planting more trees on our property. I have also been walking to places instead of driving.

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