New England Field Stone
$500.00 / Pallet
Fieldstone has been abundant throughout New England and Eastern Canada since European settlers cleared the forests for timber. These logs were sent by sailing ships to England and Europe. When the virgin land was tilled the fields were littered with rocks that were moved to the edge of the fields and stacked in what has become a New England landmark called "Stone Walls". The stone walls were added to each spring when the fields were plowed as more stones were brought to the surface following the winter freeze and the spring thaw. 1" – 3" Flat 3" – 10" Rounds / 15 cubic feet per ton and 1-1/2 ton per pallet. Earthtones. This stone has a rugged, natural look to it and is very rustic in appearance. Available in flat or round sizes as well as a mixture. Used to create or extend those famous field type walls.