Through sun and rain, the participants continued to build this permanent wall -a perfect blend of skill and artistry – at Scott Farm.
A day of play and hand-on learning!
A rare opportunity to delve into stone shaping with a variety of stone types.
This workshop was a full day of learning how to build a retaining wall that lasts!
The Batter Frames & String Line Workshop was a great day of learning one of the most important parts of stone wall building…
I was up in the Randolph & Brookfield VT area and noticed a localized walling style in the old field walls and even some large foundation walls (which I sadly did not get a photo of). The local bedrock seemed to be naturally splitting away into long narrow strips of stone. In the field walls…
Introductory participants will learn all the basics of structural walling, plus so much more, while building a straight section of free standing dry stone wall. Experienced participants will work on building a wall end, also known as a cheek end.
This workshop is suitable for everyone. No experience is required and there are no prerequisites. Introductory participants will be working on a straight section of wall. Experienced stone workers or those that have taken one or more workshops will work at a section that includes building a wall end (cheek end).
The Women’s Introductory Walling Workshop was a full class and a great success. Held indoors at Scott Farm, the workshop was led by two women wallers and certified instructors, Kim Coggin and Judy Rand. Participants comments included: “Loved being with other women that love rocks!” “the whole experience was great and very useful!” “excellent…
The Introductory Walling Workshop, held indoors at Scott Farm, was a full day of learning the basics of stone wall building from certified instructors Jared Flynn and Jerry Coggin. It was great to see the indoor center flourishing as the rain and snow came down outside!