We invite you to take part in a project where Dry Stone Canada will be working with the Glengarry Fencibles Trust to restore the retaining wall built in the Bishop’s college garden in 1826.
This workshop will take place in South Glengarry Township (an hour from Ottawa and Montreal). You will find heritage information at the Bishop’s House website and visitor information at The Great Waterway website.
The focus of this workshop will be on the application of dry stone walling principles for the preservation of historic stone walls. This student course will be an excellent introduction to the basics of walling for persons of all ages and abilities and for experienced wallers looking to hone their retaining wall skills. The conservation work will be respecting the historic character of this landscape as identified by Parks Canada and will adhere to their “standards and guidelines.”
- Fee is $200.00
- Location: 19998 County Rd 18, Williamstown, ON K0C 2J0
- Time: 09:00 to 16:00
- Lunch and snacks are included
- Required Equipment:
- Safety glasses
- Safety boots (if you have them)
- Gloves (don’t bring expensive gloves they get shredded just as quickly as the cheap ones)
- Appropriate clothing – We work in all weather conditions
Registration and Waiver:
Please complete the and return
- Cheque or via paypal
- Make cheque payable to: Dry Stone Walling Association of Canada
- Send completed forms to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Or mail forms (and cheque) to:
- Bill Jeffers c/o Dry Stone Canada
- 24 Sword St.
- Toronto, On.
- M5A 3N2