We're now in Williston!
ReSOURCE has expanded to 329 Harvest Lane, Williston - Opening March 1st
329 Harvest Lane, Williston
ReSOURCE has outgrown our 266 Pine Street location. Over the last 23 years we’ve been fortunate to knock down walls to continue to grow, but there are no more walls to take down and we have more work to do to grow into our full potential.
After two years of searching, we have found a home that will help us achieve our current and future mission of workforce development, poverty relief, and environmental stewardship.
The Williston location is central to our other facilities–Barre, Hyde Park, and Burlington–and will allow us to better serve and coordinate with them. It also provides greater geographic coverage, so more low-income people can access our programs and services.
Moreover, this will achieve the ReSOURCE model, all of our services under one roof at every location. Each of our four locations will have household goods, building materials, and training.
339 Pine Street, Burlington
We will keep our reuse and training facilities at 339 Pine Street in Burlington open and expand operations to include a household goods department, additional parking, and building upgrades.
ReSOURCE YouthBuild and the South End Joinery will be located at 339 Pine as well. YouthBuild students can train, learn, and serve where they live in and around Burlington. Staying in Burlington ensures that our students will continue to have easy access to ReSOURCE’s job and life skills training programs and benefit from our growing network of area employer partners.
The South End Joinery gives YouthBuild students training access to its professional quality machines, hand tools, and bench space. The space, in collaboration with the Vermont Woodworking School, also serves as a professional woodshop space and offers a variety of classes and workshops for the community.
329 Harvest Lane
- 15,000 sq ft retail space is an increase of 7,000 sq ft over our current household goods store
- 12,500 sq ft multi-use space consolidates our warehouse, repair shops, and production space
- 8,800 sq ft office space offers more training classrooms and office space, and increased meeting space
- 16,000 sq ft rental space provides an additional $212,000 in income
339 Pine Street
- Upgraded storefront with new doors, windows, and garage doors
- Easily accessible donation drop-off route
- More outside storage space
- YouthBuild Modular Training Space and Cave
- South End Joinery
- Increased efficiency with thermal insulation, upgraded heating, and LED lighting
Frequently Asked Questions
When do you expect to make the move to Williston?
Work has already begun renovating the warehouse, retail, classroom, and administrative spaces to fit our needs. Administrative offices will begin moving in at the end of February, followed by our reuse store, slated to open on March 1.
What programs are moving to Williston?
The new ~37,000 square foot space at 329 Harvest Lane allows ReSOURCE to secure its own sustainability by housing its reuse store, administrative offices, workforce development programs, and appliance repair and computer departments, under one roof.
Are your training programs moving to Williston?
The training programs Apprentice-Style, Career Path, LEAP, Career Start, and Work Readiness Training will benefit from the new location’s amenities, including larger classrooms for training programs, and increased office and production workspaces. These efficient multi-use spaces will provide more mobility and flexibility to student workstations and increase efficiency of collaboration between programs. ReSOURCE YouthBuild will stay in Burlington at 339 Pine as well as the South End Joinery. Through the increased amenities and investments in both locations ReSOURCE expects its annual training program enrollment to increase from 275 to more than 500 students and trainees within five years.
Why aren't ReSOURCE's headquarters remaining in Burlington?
We spent two years searching for a location that would suit our programmatic needs. We did look into finding a space in Burlington, but were unable to identify a site that would allow us to continue to grow and realize our mission for all Vermonters.
Are there any changes at other ReSOURCE locations?
No, Barre and Hyde Park will continue to serve at their locations in Lamoille and Washington counties.