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The Stone Trust Supports the New Hampshire Landscape Association Field Day

The New Hampshire Landscape Association (NHLA) held its second annual Member Field Day at the Belknap County Fairgrounds on September 20th. Nearly 200 NHLA members were present to see and take part in a variety of landscape tasks.The Stone Trust conducted a hybrid build/workshop. Instructors Pete Ryder, Victoria Merriman, and Andras Lazar led participants in…

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Underway! The Second Annual Derbyshire American Training Program

Eight American wallers arrived in Manchester, England on September 2, ready to achieve Dry Stone Walling Association (DSWA) certification. They have finished their first week of training during a two-week intensive walling course led by Master Craftswoman Sally Hodgson with support from Master Craftsman Trevor Wragg, both highly respected figures in the walling world with…

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Time on the Wall: Volunteer @ the Milton Cemetery Historic Dry Stone Wall Rebuild Project

The Milton Cemetery Historic Dry Stone Wall Rebuild Project is in need of Level I Certified wallers willing to volunteer their time in exchange for the opportunity to gain some walling experience in genuine field walling conditions on a historic wall rebuild.  This wall project is remarkable in that it is being built entirely from…

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Help Send the Stone Trust to the 18th Conference on Dry Stone

Help Send the Stone Trust to the 18th International Conference on Dry Stone

Please help activate the economic, cultural, and ecological potential of dry stone construction across the US! Seed the potential of extending the Stone Trust’s how-to training to programming that addresses the why-to to build with dry stone—connecting to architects, engineers, municipal planners, agroecologists, and other professionals designing the built environment. Let’s work together to promote…

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