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Woodchuck USA® Unveils First-of-its-kind Earth Day Celebration in Washington DC on April 22, 2018

Woodchuck USA is pleased to announce  a global initiative and announcement from Woodchuck founder, Ben VandenWymelenberg, celebrating Earth Day on the National Mall in Washington D.C.

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U OF M UNVEILS NEW SITE TO BUY UNIQUE ALUMNI-MADE PRODUCTS

The owners of Woodchuck USA, which creates laser cut and engraved wood products, is selling some exclusive items on the market.

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4th Annual American Made Gift Guide

Bonus, for every product purchased, they plant a tree. It’s their way of making a better world for future generations.

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Minn. Company Plants A Tree For Every Custom Wood Product Sold

If you're looking for some quality, made in Minnesota gifts, why not try something made from wood. Joining us now from Woodchuck USA is John Guenveur. 

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Supporting Local Gift Guide: 18 Hometown Favorites

These custom wood gifts are so intricate and lovely, it will be tough not to pass them up. Woodchuck creates anything from wooden world maps to beautiful business card cases – any of these will make the ideal manly dad gift.

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7 Corporate Gift Ideas That'll Make You Unforgettable

A good deed (and a great gift) remain unforgettable.

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Young Entrepreneurs are Mixing Business and Charity

Ask young entrepreneurs if they’d rather start a business or a charity, and their answer may be both.

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The Maker Movement Goes to College

Several brands created U of M-themed products for the online shop, such as  Chocolat Celeste  chocolates featuring the “M” logo and  Woodchuck’s wood journal , etched with “Minnesota Hats Off to Thee.”

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Woodchuck plants a tree for every product sold

 I was excited to visit a vibrant company in Northeast Minneapolis named  Woodchuck  that is making wonderful products while helping the environment.

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Woodchuck makes gifts as it plants trees

Woodchuck, which expects to double sales to $10 million next year, was conceived in 2012 by a University of Minnesota architecture graduate who passed on graduate school to raise $60,000 from family and friends to launch the company with what he thought was a surefire product he had designed after-hours at a firm where he worked as an intern.

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