Carpenters Without Borders
Joshua Klein of Sedgwick has been working with volunteers from Carpenters Without Borders to complete a wood shop and blacksmith shop project on his property.
A crew member with Carpenters Without Borders uses a centuries old ax to carve out the end of a wood beam.
Hauling by hand
Crew members with Carpenters Without Borders haul wood with a wagon by hand, instead of with a motorized tractor.
A shop in the making
When the project is completed, this will be the site of Joshua Klein’s new wood shop and blacksmith shop.
A diverse crew
Volunteers with Carpenters Without Borders work diligently to harvest and haul wood that is then used for beams and posts, among other things.