Log Home Building Schools

Links To Log Home Building Schools
Great Lakes School of Log Building – Learn the skills necessary to construct your own handcrafted log cabin or home at the Great Lakes School of log building in northern Minnesota.
Lasko School of Log Building, Inc. – Log building workshops for owner/builders seeking skills to build their own handcrafted log home debt-free from scratch. We do more to help you to be successful than anyone else! Call 1-800- 292-8043!
Log Farm Building School – Log Farm Building School is located on a 1830’s log farm setting. Our courses are taught in accordance to the tradition of craftsmanship that our forefathers established.
Logworks School – Save thousands by attending this ten day hands on course in pristine western Montana. Build your own log home or begin your own business.
Montana School of Log Building – Montana School of Log Building has 5 day classes for students to learn the full scribe method of log construction. The classes are hands-on in the logyard 90 North of Yellowstone Park in Three Forks, Montana. The “Video Course” allows learners to get prior to their hands-on experience with 50% discounts for log building partners.
Norwegian School of Log Building – Dedicated to providing quality log building instruction and insight into the unique log construction culture of Norway. If you are interested in learning full scribe log building,this is the web site for you. Founded in 1997 the Norwegian School of Log Building is owned and operated by master log builder George Fuller. Courses are held all year round. Information is available in German, English or Norwegian. Log building instruction in Norwegian, English, German or French.
Onalaska Log Building School – One day of class instruction to learn how to build a log building using ropes and pulley blocks, includes PowerPoint and hands-on instruction. Six log buildings on hand to examine.
Rocky Mountain Workshops – Workshops and seminars in the traditional building crafts. Located at Pingree Park, at 9000 feet in the Colorado Rockies.