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Photo by Theresa MartheySue Jennings, Allegheny Treenware co-owner, casually waits by the wood burning stove in the log-cabin gift shop as people browse through 180 products made by the company.
Sue and her husband Stan started Allegheny Treenware in 1990 by going to craft shows and selling their “knick-knacks” and wooden kitchen utensils.

Jennings said they use locally harvested wood, predominantly cherry, but also maple, walnut, birch and beech when available, and recycle nearly everything they use.
Jennings said they have a great balance together when working, solving problems and making decisions.

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