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Dry Stone Walling at Opus 40, No Matter the Weather

At the beginning of October, the Stone Trust @ Opus 40 hosted its second weekend of Stone Trust workshops this year. The 2-Day Introduction to Dry Stone Walling and Cheek Rebuild workshops were mostly full of New York residents, along with a few New Englanders. Unlike the May Intro and Cheek Rebuild workshops, where people…

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Stone Trust Workshops at Opus 40: An Amazing Combination of Inspiration and Learning!

On the first weekend in May, the Stone Trust hosted two simultaneous workshops at Opus 40, a world-famous sculpture park and museum in Saugerties, New York. Created by artist and professor Harvey Fite over the course of nearly forty years, Fite’s opus is currently undergoing a multi-year restoration to rebuild sections that are failing. Brian…

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The Follett Stone Arch Bridge Restoration Project, 45-Years and Counting

Townshend Historical Society

Contributed by Charles E. Marchant, President, Townshend Historical Society The Stone Trust works in support community preservation projects, many of which involve the restoration of various types of dry stone structures. Often our professional members share their expertise, whether as paid consultants or volunteers, to assess, report, provide design specifications, and execute repairs. In this…

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Scott Farm Seeks Business Manager

The Scott Farm viewed from road

The Scott Farm, a Certified B Corporation located in Dummerston, Vermont, seeks a full-time Business Manager. The farm includes 571 acres, many historic buildings, a 40-acre heirloom apple orchard, a thriving on-farm market, indoor and outdoor event spaces, hiking trails, and a variety of natural resources. Our team seeks someone with the skills to manage…

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