DARIO COLETTA (Massachusetts) has spent the last 10 years or so designing and building in dry stone in the western part of the state. He holds Level II DSWA-GB Certification. Featured above is a garden retaining wall with step stile.
DANIEL PETERSON (Minnesota) focuses on developing landscapes and designs aimed at long-term sustainability and functionality based on ecologic and permaculture systems design.
MARK JURUS (Maryland) is dedicated to the craft of dry laid stone construction as is evident in his Blog, YouTube channel and training site for workshops and certification. Quality not quantity – one project at a time.
BRYCE HOLLINGSWORTH (Massachusetts) focuses his energy on the construction of dry stone projects primarily for residential clients in Western Massachusetts, but travels anywhere for the right job.
FRAN HAMMOND (Pennsylvania) is featured for April in our 2019 Calendar. He’s a DSWA-GB Level II Certified Waller and owner of Morning Dew Stonework and Landscape, located in the Philadelphia area.
TORBEN LARSEN (Vermont) is the owner of Windham Growers in Southern Vermont. They build patios, paths, and walls, but the real joy is in turning stone into art features such as orbs, birdbaths, benches, bridges, and arches.
MICHAEL WEITZNER (Vermont) builds dry stone structures of all kinds and holds a Master Craftsman certificate from the DSWA-GB. Michael enjoys serving as a regular instructor and examiner for The Stone Trust.
DAVID INMAN (Maine) is the owner and operator of Deep Cove Stonework. He is a native of Greenville, Maine and now resides in Southern Maine. He found his love for working with stone in 1998, while under the tutelage of a third-generation finish stone mason on the coast of Maine. David is currently a DSWA-GB…
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.
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.