Scantlings

Scantlings, our member publication, appears six times annually, in February, April, May, July, September, and November. It reports on timber framing events, news and people; carries columns on issues of interest to members such as apprenticeship, ecology, letters, and business practice; and lists events for both the Guild and its members as well as classified and display ads.

Scantlings is a member benefit not available by subscription. Join the Guild.

As a member, you will receive an email announcing when the digital edition of Scantlings comes out. If you have a traditional membership, you'll also receive a printed version of Scantlings. Of course, you can always simply go to our site, visit the Scantlings archive, and read the latest issue.

For the access info to the Members-Only area or to update your email address, call the Guild office 360-746-6571 or email Cassandra Davies.

 

Advertise in Scantlings
To reach all Guild members, advertise in Scantlings. Download the rate sheet, call the Guild office at 360-746-6571, or email info@tfguild.org.

 

 

Most Recent Issue

Scantlings 223 (September 2019)Scantlings 223 (September 2019)
NOTE: we recommend reading in 2-page view. President’s message: Good for the soul. Executive Director's message: Exceptionally engaged. TFG Conference Recap: Making connections; An excellent returning pre-conference workshop; Diverse offering inspires new member; Conference moments. TFG Governance: TFG board elections and candidate statements. Community Building Project: Ekvn-Yefolecv Ecovillage Roundhouse. Visionary Partners. Member story: Guild connections help raise the barn at Whitney Farmstead. Raising the Whitney Farmstead milking parlor. Timber Grading Training Course. Timber Framing Rendezvous: Raising a pavilion in Walpole. Events. National Park Service releases Guidelines for Rehabilitating Historic Covered Bridges. Notices. Member perspective: Healthy buildings for a healthy community.
3.7 MB. Published on Sep 17, 2019.


 
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