Derbyshire Eco Centre is the county hub for sustainability learning. It’s at the heart of our drive to combat climate change. The centre offers a high quality, enjoyable and supportive environment in which to learn the skills we need to enjoy living sustainably and lead lower carbon lifestyles.
The centre encourages learning that brings together the interests of people, places and prosperity. It’s the first centre of its kind in the country.
Tear Cap Workshops is 501(3)(c) non-profit organization with the mission to unleash creativity through hands-on learning. Our facility is a former sawmill in Hiram, Maine that we are re-purposing into an artisan collective and craft school. The name “Tear Cap” comes from the mountain peak that rises to the north above our campus; “Workshops” refers both to the workshop space available to rent and to hands-on workshops for educational skill building.
22 Hampshire St., Hiram, Maine, 04041, United States
Northland Landscape Nursery is one of the major stone suppliers in the Minneapolis MN area. They have teamed up with Dan Peterson at Habadapt and The Stone Trust to provide a great workshop location using stone available right at Northland.
29905 Hwy 65 NE, Isanti, Minnesota, 55040, United States
Check out one of the largest stone suppliers in the greater Boston area.
For over 30 years Stoneyard® has been delivering the traditional building stone of New England to a nationwide audience. Our showroom is open Monday to Friday and we invite architects, masons, installers, homeowners and project managers to evaluate our products online at Stoneyard.com.
Stoneyard® specializes in reclaimed New England stone, a LEED certified architectural building material. Products are cut from a blend of weathered, aged, and quarried real stone, in our facility in Littleton, Massachusetts. Each of the 9 unique color lines feature the earth tones of states such as Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
265 Foster Street, Littleton, Massachusetts, 01460, United States
The Vermont Granite Museum was founded by a coalition of over 300 Central Vermont citizens in 1994 as way to preserve the story and memories of our community’s granite industry. Since that time we have worked relentlessly to salvage the historic Jones Brothers Manufacturing plant and turn it into a museum. Our building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Construction started in 1998, and capital improvements are made every year.
7 Jones Bros. Way, Barre, Vermont, 05641, United States