VERMONT HOUSE DEMOCRATS
Representative Carl Demrow of Corinth was born in Boston and raised in Andover, Massachusetts, where he attended public schools. In 1987, Demrow graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a BA in Human Services. After college, he taught high school English in Beverly, Massachusetts and worked as a middle manager at a non-profit in northern New Hampshire before starting a trail management and consulting business and moving to Washington, Vermont in 2001. Demrow has also been a land conservationist, farmhand, and a carpenter. He is now a partner in a trail construction company that works throughout the Northeast. He wrote the “Tricks of the Trade” column for Northern Woodlands magazine for seven years, and was a volunteer firefighter in Jackson, NH for eight years. Demrow was a member of the Vermont House in the 2019–2020 biennium, and he is currently a member of the Corinth Selectboard. He also serves on the boards of the Clara Martin Center, the Blake Memorial Library, and Northeast Slopes, where he regularly volunteers as a lift operator. His previous board experience includes the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, the Waterman Fund, and the Orange County Headwaters, which he also co-founded. He lives in Corinth with his partner, Tania Aebi.