Yestermorrow Design/Build Classes in Vermont

I am drooling over the Yestermorrow Design Build School and though it is almost the end of January, I have a new, new years resolution.

I will attend a class of some sort (at the yestermorrow school or likewise) and learn a new hands on do it myself building technique.

the yestermorrow school vermont design build course

image from the cleaner plate club.

As I peruse the course offerings of the Yestermorrow school (in the Mad River Valley of Vermont), I am intrigued by the Earthen Oven building course, the art of  stone working course (with my new crush Thea Alvin), or maybe I will learn to make a willow canoe, or participate in the yurt design/build class.  My head is swimming with the excitement of possibilities.

yestermorrow school treehouse

Tree house built by in a past class my yestermorrow students. Image from Blushing Pretty.

Care to get your hands dirty and learn something exciting? Check out Yestermorrow and let us know in the comments if and when you decide to attend.

yestermorrow armadillo houseThe armadillo house built by past yestermorrow students. Image from Tiny House Talk.

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4 Comments

  1. Brianna {RMV} on January 29, 2011 at 11:17 am

    I would totally want to go to the Concrete Counter class! I think it would be very interesting to build our own counter. However I am already going to the Organic Growers School Conference: http://realmountainvalues.com/2011/01/organic-growers-school-2011/ . Not sure I can interest the husband in a trip to Vermont just to learn to make a countertop.

    It looks like an awesome school though. So many topics to choose from.

  2. Laguna Dirt on January 29, 2011 at 5:55 pm

    vermont is so groovy!!! i would love to take any of those courses!! we visit new hampshire (not as groovy as vermont, but beautiful!) every summer,maybe it’s not too, too far from there…

  3. Kari Lonning on January 29, 2011 at 8:53 pm

    I love the small-house building workshops. I wasn’t familiar with http://www.yestermorrow.org/ before reading your post.

  4. Kate Stephenson on January 31, 2011 at 11:47 am

    Thanks so much for the post, and I hope we’ll see you soon here at Yestermorrow- you’re right, there are a ton of classes to choose from and they’re all great! If you need any help choosing what’s right for your interests and the skills you want to learn, feel free to give us a call at 802-496-5545 and we can provide additional information from what’s on the website.
    Kate Stephenson, Executive Director

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