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MG+BW Partners with the National Forest Foundation for an Earth Day “Trees for Us” Promotion


Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams is pleased to announce that they will be partnering with the National Forest Foundation (NFF) on a special Earth Day promotion, ‘Trees for Us,’ from Saturday, April 22nd to Sunday, May 21st. During this time, the NFF will plant a tree for every piece of earth-friendly upholstery purchased from a Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Signature store or online at www.MGBWhome.com.

Since the company began in 1989, founders Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams have been dedicated to running an eco-friendly business. The high-end furniture retailer implements a number of sustainable practices including using wood frames that are forest-friendly, eco-friendly fabrics and padding, and reducing waste by recycling scraps.

The National Forest Foundation, chartered by Congress in 1993, is a non-profit organization that engages Americans in community-based and national programs that promote the health and public enjoyment of the 193-million-acre National Forest System. They work with the U.S Forest Service to plant native trees in areas of greatest need and sustain “America’s Backyard.”

For more information on Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams and their sustainability practices, visit: www.mgbwhome.com.

For more information on the National Forest Foundation, visit www.nationalforests.org

the green scene: Winter’s Palette

screen-shot-2016-12-06-at-7-50-21-pmNow that winter is upon us and our trowels, spades, and pruners have been stored away, the shorter days and longer nights allow us plenty of time to mull over seed catalogs full of potential for the upcoming seasons.

Read more in the online edition of the Winter 2016 Issue of WellesleyWeston Magazine.


The Magic of Maples

screen-shot-2016-10-04-at-10-25-14-am“We are all familiar with New England’s iconic autumn landscape; native maples ablaze in the crisp, clear light. These wonderful trees are the draw for day-trippers and visitors from distant places meandering along the byways and backroads of the Northeast to view and marvel at the foliage.”

While many of the native maples are perfect for a large yard, what selections are available for a smaller one?

Read and find out here, in the Fall 2016 Issue of WellesleyWeston Magazine.