Dry Stone Walling is a key handbook for anyone interested in learning the skills of dry stone walling.
The book describes how to construct and repair dry stone walls, stone faced earth banks, retaining wall and other dry stone features. It covers the history of walls in the countryside, how to build or restore a dry stone wall, as well as their conservation value. There is also lots of information about dry stone wall styles and features across the UK and Ireland. This practical guide has clear illustrations laid out in a step-by-step format.
This series aims to help individuals and groups of volunteers undertake practical conservation work.