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Ebenezer Books

New and used books, high-quality toys, fine art, CDs including most of Putumayo World Music and the Cumbancha label’s current collection, NPR’s Discover Songs series, and some local music.

We are a small store striving to be responsive to our community’s interests. Located on Main Street in Johnson, we thrive on our proximity to the neighboring Vermont Studio Center, the largest artist residency program in the country. We sell books for their bimonthly, year-round reading series (free and open to the public).

Foote Brook Farm & Farm Stand

A diversified, certified organic produce farm, located on 100 acres of land nestled in the valley of Johnson, Vermont. The Lamoille River and Foote Brook help sustain over 45 acres and 145 different varieties of organic produce! Foote Brook also has 25 acres dedicated to (non-organic) sod grass harvesting.

Foote Brook Farm is owned and operated by Tony and Joie Lehouillier. Tony started the farm in 1997 after studying Plant and Soil Science at the University of Vermont. Vegetables are distributed through Deep Root Coop, and sold at the farm’s vegetable stand as well as local farmers’ markets.

Johnson Farm & Garden; Johnson Hardware & Rental

  • Clothing & Footwear
  • Camping & Outdoor Living
  • Toys
  • Hydroponic Supplies
  • Appliances
  • Waterline
  • Fabrics Road/Filter
  • Sewer & Drain Pipe
  • Culvert
  • Pex Pipe
  • PVC Pipe
  • Erosion Control

Johnson Woolen Mills

Located in the village of Johnson, just north of the skiing mecca of Stowe, the clothing company still makes the same woolen shirts, jackets and the famous iceman’s pants that have been best sellers for nearly 50 years. The heavy, 28 ounce forest green pants were named for the men who wore them while cutting blocks of ice from frozen ponds and lakes. In spite of the fact that icemen no longer ply their trade on those frozen expanses, the Johnson mill is still selling plenty of the amazingly thick, warm pants and much more old-fashioned cold weather gear as well. The mill’s early owners catered to fishermen working in winter camps in sub-zero temperatures. Today’s fourth generation ownership sells its products to cross-country skiers, snowboarders,hunters, ice fishermen, winter runners… essentially to a new generation of outdoors, sports-minded people who refuse to stay in the house in bad weather. As Vermonters well know, in order to survive winter, you must find something that you like to do outside. It’s really that simple. And although the character of the customer has changed, the pants and heavy coats, shirts and jackets, are still essentially the same as they have been for over a century and a half. You may now see our clothing in an ever-increasing number of urban centers across the country as the concept of “made in America” takes on a special significance with the American consumer.

Johnson’s Sterling Market

On October 2nd, 2013, Johnson’s Sterling Market opened with great applause. With the help of the local community, the state of Vermont, and the generous Pomerleau Family, this market became everyone’s favorite local market in Johnson. The name Johnson’s Sterling Market was chosen by a local resident and is inspired by the natural beauty of Sterling Mountain, the store’s magnificent backdrop. Like its name, the store truly is Johnson’s own, as it provides its neighbors with the convenience, quality and selection it so greatly needed.

Nestled in the heart of downtown Johnson, we provide as many local products as possible, from grass fed beef, to local seasonal produce, and even Vermont made dairy products, wines, cheeses and breads.

We invite you to stop in and experience the wide range of products we have to offer! If you are looking for something particular, just ask! We eagerly accept product suggestions and are happy to accommodate special orders.

Maple Addiction Country Primitive Shoppe

Find a cornucopia of beautiful and whimsical country decor for your home plus a full selection of our own Judevine Maple Farm products and many other handcrafted Vermont items. Whether you are shopping for yourself or want to bring a piece of Vermont home with you we welcome you to stop by! We’re sure to have something you’ll love. Give your home a cozy primitive country feel or present a gift you’re sure will be absolutely treasured. Stop by and visit us today we are located at 50 lower Main Street West.

  • Linens
  • Wrought Iron
  • Lamps
  • Candles
  • Vermont Soaps
  • Game Boards
  • Signs
  • Curtains
  • Holiday Decor
  • Rugs
  • Tableware
  • And Much More

Marvin’s Country Store

Marvin’s Country Store features items made with Butternut Mountain Farm products, as well as other Vermont specialties like cheese, honey, jams and Vermont made products. In addition maple sugaring supplies and equipment from Leader, Maple Pro, and CDL are available for sale to maple producers.

Red House

Opened in 2010 in our old work shop out back, Red House (now located in the circa 1790 red farmhouse) is loaded with the latest and coolest products from major brands like The North Face, Burton, Dakine and Spyder and the misty hard-to-find brands like OluKai, Hippy Tree, Zoic and Sherpani.

The Forget Me Not Shop

Where you’ll find brand name off-price clothing for men, women and teens. Also, an extensive collection of jewelry and accessories.

Others:

  • The Studio Store
  • Buggy Man Antiques
  • DJ’s Corner Store & Deli
  • Green Mountain Pellet Stoves
  • How’s It Growing
  • Parker and Stearns