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Tool Guide: Batterboards, String Lines and Guides

To work efficiently, having good guides is critical. Batterboards, string lines and guides makes it possible to stay on track and build right. As with any project much of the construction set up and methods used were site and project specific and need to be considered carefully when adapting to other sites. Exclusively at the…

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Reading List – A Closer Look at Those Dry Stone Walls Revisited

“The rainfall boundary, as fixed by Mr. Goyder is very accurate and fairly defines the line which at present divides the purely pastoral country and the rest of the Colony” – South Australian Parliamentary Papers, Report of Runs Commission, 1867 The South Australia landscape welcomed the use of stone as an irresistible building material for…

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Reading List – Those Dry Stone Walls Revisited with Bruce Munday

Beautiful stone was nature’s gift to South Australia, and an irresistible building material for early settlers. Join Bruce and Kristin Munday as they traverse South Australia in search of those walls, seeking answers and documenting the adventure. Discover historic masterpieces and insights into rural life in the years following European settlement. And meet the custodians…

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Gear Guide: Head’s Up

Depending on where you are at this time of year, whether you’re still pulling on your warmest winter coat or shorts weather is well under way, we’ve got something for every Stone Trust friend to keep you warm or cool! Beautifully embroidered Stone Trust fleece-lined rolled-rim beanies, fleece-lined caps and baseball caps. All in stock…

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