Here at Yestermorrow, we offer a hands-on learning experience for students interested in exploring and engaging in the arts of design and building. Offering nearly 100 classes that emphasize the importance of sustainability, craft, and fundamental skills, our curriculum allows students to learn, think, and practice at varying scales. The students that come here are passionate. Whether that passion stems from being a professional, Do-it-Yourselfer, hobbyist, undergraduate, lifelong learner, or wanting a career or life change, we help inspire and unite students with similar passions to create a better more sustainable world.
We are proud to have Jamaica Cottage shop as a sponsor of the 2018 Tiny House Fest Vermont!
While our instructors take care of nourishing our minds, Meg and Michelle take on the equally important task of nourishing our bodies! Not only do they provide us with nourishing and healthy meals, they also keep our taste buds happy with their delicious entrees and desserts. Cooking at Yestermorrow means so much more than putting food on the table. We sat down with Meg and Michelle to learn more about what drives and inspires them in the kitchen and beyond.
For years, Lindley Brainard had dreamed of becoming a furniture maker, but struggled to find a way into the field. One day in 2010 she realized that she had flagged five different emails from Yestermorrow, advertising its first-ever Woodworking Certificate 12-week intensive course, to be read later.
Enjoy your turkey on Thanksgiving, buy yourself a gift on Cyber Monday and don't forget to share the love with others on Giving Tuesday, November 28th! As people around the world support important causes on Giving Tuesday, consider donating to Yestermorrow and help give prospective students an opportunity to contribute to the design/build revolution for healthy, climate resilient places. All proceeds from Giving Tuesday will expand our scholarship fund!