Preserving Aquidneck Island’s character through stone wall restoration.

 
 
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Dedicated to improving the island, one stone at a time.

By rebuilding fallen and damaged walls on Aquidneck Island, we will create a more scenic place to live, work and play.

 
 
 

Rebuilding history for today and tomorrow.

Middletown and Portsmouth were historically farming communities. This is reflected in the remaining stone walls that dot the landscape in both towns.

 
 
 
 
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Supporting stone wall repair and restoration on Aquidneck Island.

Many of New England’s stone walls reflect the agricultural past. Historically, stone walls often kept crops and livestock contained and protected.

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“The chief agricultural products of the town are hay, corn, potatoes, and some barley.”

-Richard Bayles, A History of Newport County, 1888

 
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