ExpiredIntroductory Workshop (1 Day, Outdoor) – July 14, 2018 (Mont Vernon, NH)

Learning to build dry stone wall
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  • Introductory Workshop 1-day (7/14/18)
    July 14, 2018
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Certified Instructors

 Up to 16 participants. Open to everyone.

This workshop is perfect for the homeowner or enthusiast looking to start learning about how to build dry stone walls. If you are looking to learn more before starting to build a wall at home or trying to educate yourself before hiring someone else to build a wall. This is the workshop for you. It is great introduction for landscapers who are looking to get into dry stone walling.

This workshop is located at our new training facility at 2 Lamson Road
Mont Vernon NH.  This site is just an hour outside of Boston, but is great rural site with a historic feel.

Over the course of the day each participant will build about 25 sq. ft. of wall (one side), using local field stone. Participants will learn all the basic rules of structural walling that can be applied to any type of stone and project. The different type of stone used is the primary difference between this workshop and the indoor introductory workshops.

This workshop will follow the typical one-day format. It is suited to beginners and those with previous experience. The workshop will run 9am-5pm with 1/2 hour lunch break. This workshop is open to everyone.

If you have ever wanted to learn about building dry stone walls, this is the place to start.

Click here for more information about level 1 workshops.

*Please note if you encounter errors or problems while registering please email Brian Post or call (802) 490-9607, so we can correct the problem, and improve our registration process.

Landscape Architects receive 7.5 credit hours for taking this workshop through the LA CES system.

About The Instructors:

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2 Lamson Road, Mont Vernon, New Hampshire, 03057, United States


Work on rebuilding historic walls and adding new stone features to this historic Southern NH Property.  This is the site of the 2017 bridge build.  Field stone from the property and quarried ledge stone are both used on this site for training.