A term used for a native Vermonter who displays Vermont characteristics. Derogatory if used by a person out of state, otherwise known as a flat-lander, or "out of stater".
The flat-lander from out of state who cannot drive in snow called the maple-syrup chugging, logger who owns a farm and wears plaid a "woodchuck", as the woodchuck pulled the $50,000 SUV with a ski-rack out from the ditch with his rusty tractor which he was driving down the highway.
by JoeytheNifty November 05, 2003
Term for a country person who's main job in life is to cut firewood to sell in the city or suburban areas. Usually in a beat up four wheel drive truck with high wooden sides to carry extra firewood. After cutting and splitting the wood they "Chuck" it into the back of the truck. If driven by a female, this could be do to the fact that the male has lost his drivers license.
Looks like that woodchuck must be doing pretty good, he got a new woodchuck truck!
by R. Buzman April 06, 2009