In November of 1974, Pat and Patsy Hennin decided to teach a few dozen people ho
In November of 1974, Pat and Patsy Hennin decided to teach a few dozen people how to construct their own sturdy homes. Twenty years and some 19,000 students later, the Shelter Institute in Bath is still revealing the mysteries of home-building to everyday people, teaching lawyers, millworkers and housewifes that they can be their own carpenters, contractors, architects and plumbers. The Hennins are building a new campus in Woolwich, and are expanding their offerings into classes on constructing cruising boats, ultralight airplanes and solar greenhouses.
Shelter Institute, Hennin, Pat and Patsy
Clark, Jeff, "In November of 1974, Pat and Patsy Hennin decided to teach a few dozen people ho" (1995). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 206.
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