Natural Building in Costa Rica!

Yestermorrow, in collaboration with and timberframing) while placing emphasis on using natural materials to design in harmony with the environment.

In addition to the daily design and building schedule, students will partake in field trips to a recent residential project built by Rancho Mastatal as well as to local waterfalls and points of interest. Rancho Mastatal, founded by former Yestermorrow graduates Tim O'Hara and Robin Nunes, promotes holistic sustainable living through a variety of workshops and programs. A $2400 course fee covers tuition, food, and lodging for