By Rick Nelson, Star Tribune
June 3, 2011
At his sunny St. Paul studio, woodcrafter Scott McGlasson devotes most of his considerable energy and talents to furniture making. But the Woodsport owner also deftly converts birch and walnut planks into cutting boards that mirror his furniture’s aesthetic balancing act of striking beauty and practical functionality. McGlasson started selling his wares at the Mill City Farmers Market three years ago, and was instantly hooked. “I like meeting people, and getting their feedback,” he said, sounding an awful lot like a farmer who looks forward to his Saturday morning excursions into the city. “At worst, it’s a cool place to hang out for a few hours.
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