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Latest Episodes from Nature Revisited: The Podcast

If you haven’t already listened, we also recommend Episode 47: The Stone Trust. Or listen again! Episode 70: Kris Primacio- The Nature of Surfing Kris Primacio is the co-founder and CEO of the International Surf Therapy Organization, a collective of the world’s leading surf therapy practitioners, clinicians, researchers, and influencers. ISTO works together as an…

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A Quiet Celebration of Dry Stone Walling: Spring Test Day 2022

Test Days Twice a year serious wallers present themselves as candidates for Dry Stone Walling Association (DSWA) certification. In May and September each year, the Stone Trust provides access to and administers the DSWA certifications at the Stone Trust Center in Dummerston, Vermont. The certification pathway consists of four levels: 1-Initial, 2-Intermediate, 3-Advanced, and 4-Master…

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2-Day Intro May 21 & 22

“Fantastic course, well thought out, well taught, and a skill that I will pursue. I’ll always look at existing stonework in a new light.” Thank you for your participant feedback! Thanks very much to instructor Kim Coggin for sharing her thoughts on the late-May 2-Day Introduction to Dry Stone Walling. The workshop was AWESOME! We…

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Oxen and a Stone Sledge–The Old Buildings & Trades Fair, Sanborn Mills Farm, NH

On Saturday May 14, Stone Trust professional members Pete Ryder, Andras Lazar, and Mike Papile volunteered their time and expertise, making it possible for the Stone Trust to participate in the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance Old Buildings and Trades Fair. Over 300 people came to Sanborn Mills Farm in Loudon, New Hampshire to observe traditional…

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After an Intro consider a Cheek Ends workshop

After whetting their appetites for building with stone, people also wonder what comes next. As wallers say, every wall comes to an end, a cheek end! Why not apply what you’ve learned in an intro workshop while learning to build a wall end? For other options, why not peruse our Curriculum in Dry Stone? Anyone…

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