JERRY COGGIN (Pennsylvania) — Jerry has been working in the craft of drystone for about 10 years. My wife Kim’s passion for the craft was the initial influence to get me started. However, as a friend in New Hampshire so aptly states, “it is a slippery slope” and once you get started it can be…
Lynn Herrmann (Texas) — Specializes in design and installation of dry stone structures and native hill country landscaping. Throw in design and construction of straw bale homes for good measure.
PETE RYDER (New Hampshire) — After retiring from a 32-year aerospace engineering career in 2015, Pete took a workshop at the Stone Trust and so began his second career as a dry stone waller. He is an active board member of the Stone Trust and frequent workshop instructor.
EHREN WOYT & CONNOR ESONS (California) — Ehren was born and raised in Big Sur, California, while Connor grew up in Rhode Island. Ehren, a surfer at heart, and property caretaker turned his focus to stone fifteen years ago upon realizing it was his calling. The two became friends eighteen years ago when Connor relocated…
JARED FLYNN (Vermont) — Jared holds Master Craftsman certification from the DSWA-GB and is a certified examiner. In 2010, Jared helped found the Stone Trust, demonstrating his commitment to the professional development of his fellow waller
HILARY DEES (Colorado) started working with stone on trails in 2012 and has traveled and worked across New England and the West, specializing in utilizing rigging systems to quarry
Brian Fairfield : (Maine) says “I’ve been working with stone for the better part of two decades now
FRAN HAMMOND (Pennsylvania) is a DSWA-GB Level 2 certified waller and owner of Morning Dew Stonework and Landscape.
JOE DINWIDDIE (New Mexico) Since 1997, Joe has built, restored, and designed drystone masonry landscape installations throughout the United States and in Scotland.
JOE NORTON (Maine) has spent the last 10 years or so designing and building in dry stone in the western part of the state.