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Mark Mennin

As I drove along back roads in Connecticut, I noticed the old stone walls marking the boundaries of grassy fields, but in Mark Mennin’s driveway, huge sections of fluted marble columns, five feet tall and five feet wide, were carefully arranged along the edge. This turned out to be just one example of many collected…

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Waller of the Month: Jared Grant

Jared Grant (Maine), featured in The Stone Trust’s 2017 Calendar, has been a dry stone enthusiast since he learned such a thing existed. As a younger man, he traveled the globe, learning from other wallers and masons along the way, always keeping an eye out for unique designs and applications for use in future projects.…

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Welcome to Our New Website

We have just launched this new version of our website on 7/1/17.  We hope you like it!  If you do find anything that is not working properly please notify us at brian.post@thestonetrust.org so we can correct the problem.  There are a few things we are currently correcting like the photos in the recent blog posts.  

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Waller of the Month: Daniel Peterson

Daniel Peterson (Minnesota), featured in The Stone Trust’s 2017 Calendar, says of his work “HabAdapt, my business, was born the day I realized my design work focused on adapting home landscapes to meet the habitat requirements for native life. The wildlife supported includes plants, arthropods, and birds. These thriving entities then sustained the earth by…

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