During Fall Arts Weekend, learn and work with experts in workshops in nature photography, dry stone masonry, weaving, woodcarving, and stained glass. Award-winning dry stone mason Drystone Joe will be returning to Pine Mountain to teach the School’s dry stone masonry workshop.
Enjoy the crisp fall mountain days at Pine Mountain Settlement School learning and perfecting the art of dry stone masonry with expert instructor Drystone Joe Dinwiddie. In this workshop, participants will learn the principles of tried and true drystone masonry connection, informed by the traditions of global stonemasonry through time.
Enjoy the crisp fall mountain days at Pine Mountain Settlement School creating charcoal drawings with renowned artist Jeff Chapman-Crane. You will work side-by-side with Chapman-Crane as he shows you the techniques of charcoal art, and you'll walk away with your very own beautiful piece.
Pine Mountain Settlement School would like to honor those who have served our country on Saturday, November 11 at 6:30 p.m. in Laurel House. Veteran's and those presently serving will be provided a free meal and fellowship with members of all branches of the military.
There is no cost to Veterans and those presently serving in the military.
Enjoy the solitude of the summer mountains and learn to fly fish with renowned guide Bill Carman. In this weekend workshop, participants will experience the wonderful hospitality of Pine Mountain Settlement School while learning everything they need to know to fly fish.
Learn, hike, and experience Kentucky's most beautiful and bio-diverse wildlands during Pine Mountain's renowned Lucy Braun 5-day forest study workshop June 6-10, 2018. The workshop is named in honor of one of the first and foremost conservationists of the 20th century, E. Lucy Braun.
So you have grown it, now what? Join us to learn some marketing techniques that will help sell your produce at a fair price. Also discussed will be market options for fresh and value added produce.
As part of an online Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation, the University of Kentucky College of Design, Department of Historic Preservation is proud to offer the country's first hybrid field school - HP 676 Field Methods in Heritage Conservation
Come learn best practices for harvesting, washing, and packaging your produce for sale to the public.
Learn how to best manage your garden to help ensure that you produce high quality fruits and vegetables this year. Topics will include dealing with weeds, pests, and disease in your garden.
Learn how to plan and plant a successful garden. Topics covered will include garden design, crop rotation, soil testing, seed and plant selection, along with planting dates for specific crops.
Are you interested in earning extra income from your garden? Come and learn about local market opportunities and what you can be doing to prepare for a prosperous growing season.