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BUILDING A CURVE IN VARIOUS WAYS

Completed curved wall with guides removed

he wallhead and the curve are two of the most demanding single elements in stone work. Demanding both in terms of the building requirements as well as the work they do. While the middle section of a straight freestanding wall is relatively static , the curve and wallhead both work a little harder in their…

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Women’s Workshop Success

Our 2nd annual women’s workshop was huge success on Saturday April 30th. Kim Coggin from Johnstown PA and Jo Hodgson from Ottawa Canada were the two Certified Instructors. Hillary Dees also volunteered, making it the first time that all three certified Level 2 women wallers from North America were together.

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NY-NJ Wall Workshop Success

Just look at all those dry stone wallers at this NJ workshop

The Dry Stone Walling workshop in Mahwah NJ was a huge success with 30 participants building over 300 sq ft (600 face sq ft) of wall built in just 3 days. Special thanks to our four great instructors Brian Post, Jared Flynn, Michael Murphy, and Torben Larsen. Big Thanks to Kevin Simpson and Ama Koenigshof…

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An Evening of Dry Stone – May 14th

Galloway dry stone wall with mixed rounded and angular stones

Come join The Stone Trust in an Evening of presentations about Dry Stone Walls. Here is the itinerary (subject to updates) 7:00pm Brief Introductory presentation about The Stone Trust. Learn about The Stone Trust’s origins, growth and current programming. By Brian Post Executive Director of The Stone Trust, Certified Advanced Waller and Licensed Landscape Architect.

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