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Semester in Sustainable Design/Build - Life Advice from our Clients

By Sam Palmer-Dwore, Semester Program Faculty
Written by Natalie If you haven’t read much about our clients yet in the blog posts, you are about to glean a sliver of the plethora of wisdom they have bestowed upon us. What you are about to read are the favorite words-of-wisdom each student has taken away from Ben and Ellen over our 3-4 meetings/dinners. Hannah: Scene: After...

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Woodworking Certificate Graduation - November 16 & 17

By Chrissy Bellmyer, Student Services & Outreach Manager
Join us in celebrating the accomplishments of the 2018 Woodworking Certificate! Meet the talented students, see their work and mingle with the Yestermorrow community! Friday, November 16th, at 7pm - Graduation Saturday, November 17th, 10am-1pm - Open house This event will take place at the Round Barn (1661 E....

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Open Studio Weekend October 13 & 14, 2018

By Chrissy Bellmyer, Student Services & Outreach Manager
Tour the Yestermorrow campus as you visit working artists' studios during Vermont Craft Council's fall Open Studio Weekend. In the woodshop, Yestermorrow Woodworking Certificate students will be hand-crafting individual projects. In the main studio, browse sketches and models of a 250-square-foot cabin collaboratively designed by our...

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Life advice from the clients: Ellen and Ben

By Sam Palmer-Dwore, Semester Program Faculty
Written by Natalie: If you haven’t read much about our clients yet in the blog posts, you are about to glean a sliver of the plethora of wisdom they have bestowed upon us. What you are about to read are the favorite words-of-wisdom each student has taken away from Ben and Ellen over our 3-4 meetings/dinners. Hannah: Scene: After...

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Speaker Series: Living Roofs

By Sophi Veltrop, Student Services Coordinator

On October 10, join Yestermorrow Design/Build School and Beth Haggart, certified green roof professional, to learn about the history, design, and construction of living roofs. Green and living roofs filter pollutants out of rainwater and slow runoff; reduce energy costs by providing natural insulation and cooling; and create natural habitats that attract pollinators and birds.

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