Why Building in the Mountains Requires Serious Land Planning I recently read through the 2015 WNC Green Builders Council directory. It’s a good way to see what our conscientious colleagues are up to out there in the world. It’s also a great way to absorb some fresh enthusiasm and keep up with the latest trends … Read Moreread more...
Dry Laid Stone Masonry – Going the Extra Step Toward Excellence Few dry laid stone masons take the time to split their rock – many just stack what they have in the best way they can. Splitting rock allows the mason to custom fit each piece, maximizing contact between surfaces and strengthening the entire … Read Moreread more...
Folks often ask “What is Integrated Land Management?” Since this is a brand hammer new blog I can think of no better opportunity to explain the basics of ILM, the heart of our approach to land management in the Southern Appalachians. So here goes. ILM is based on four simple principles.