The November issue of Masonry Magazine featured Part 1 of an article on dry stone wall building. Written by Brian Post, part one provided an introduction and background to dry stone walling. Unfortunately it went to print before being copy edited… but despite the errors, there is still plenty of sound information. Part 1 also…
You want to see these pictures! As many of you know The Stone Trust played an active role in the building of one of the 1st buildings at the new Carmel of Jesus, Mary and Joseph in Fairfield PA. Our role began with design consultation, and progressed to dry stone wall training, certification, and on…
The City of Boulder Colorado, Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department has been doing a lot stone work on their trail crews. Hilary Dees (DSWA-GB Level II, Instructor, and Stone Trust professional member) was hired near the beginning of 2018 as a Trail Stewardship Program Lead. Since that time she has been sharing dry…
SAM BRAKELEY (Vermont) is featured for for December in our 2018 Calendar. Sam has been building trails since age eight, and has progressed to complex trail constructions throughout New England. Click through to read more.
The Stone Trust has big plans for 2019 and as 501(c)3 non-profit this is the time of year we ask for your help to fulfill our mission to preserve and advance dry stone walling! Read about out successful 2018 and see the highlights and more! Please make a donation to help support The Stone Trust!
This calendar shows some of the finest work by DSWA-GB certified wailers from across North America, showcasing beautiful photos of their stone work and sharing a brief summary of their walling experience. Special price offer until December 7th!
Give your loved one a gift with options. They can choose from a wide variety of 2019 workshops and events or use the gift certificate for merchandise in The Stone Trust online store.
Our last of the season, another fun “Intro to Dry Stone Walling”!
Pete Ryder (NH) is our Waller of the Month for November 2018. This wall in Mont Vernon, NH replaces a poison ivy decorated linear pile of field and garden picked stone. Click through to read more.
It might have been raining outside, but everyone stayed nice & dry inside The Stone Trust training facility, sharing camaraderie and learning to build a dry stone wall.