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Deek’s Treehouse Building Workshop in Maine: August 17-18, 2024


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This is to announce Deek’s treehouse building workshop in Palermo, Maine, August 17-18, 2024, in collaboration with the Maine Maker’s Society.

This event is limited to 20 people, and attendees will learn the basics of building a tiny treehouse, creative building techniques, how to source reclaimed materials, and safe tool use practices.

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Backyard Treehouse Building Workshop with Derek Diedricksen in Palermo, Maine

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If you’ve ever dreamt of escaping to the woods and building your own cozy retreat among the trees, then mark your calendars because on August 17th and 18th, 2024, Palermo, Maine is the place to be! This isn’t your average workshop – it’s a hands-on, fully immersive experience where you’ll roll up your sleeves and build your very own treehouse from scratch.

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Hosted by the one and only Derek “Deek” Diedricksen, former HGTV host of “Tiny House Builders” and author of the popular design book “Micro Shelters”, this workshop promises to be as educational as it is fun. But don’t worry if you’re not a seasoned builder – this workshop is for everyone, regardless of skill level. With multiple hosts on hand to guide you through every step of the process, even if you’ve never picked up a hammer before, you’ll leave feeling like a pro.

From framing basics to stair construction, and from the ins and outs of treehouse design to the creative use of salvaged and reused materials, this workshop covers it all. You’ll even learn about space efficiency and tool choice and use, ensuring that your treehouse is not only beautiful but also practical and functional.

And the best part? You’ll get to camp on site throughout the weekend, immersing yourself in the natural beauty of Maine and bonding with your fellow builders around the campfire. It’s not just a workshop – it’s a weekend getaway that you’ll never forget.

Highlights

  • Hands-on treehouse building workshop in Palermo, Maine on August 17th and 18th, 2024.
  • Hosted by Derek “Deek” Diedricksen, former HGTV host and author of “Micro Shelters”.
  • Limited to 20 participants – perfect for all skill levels, even beginners.
  • Weekend includes camping on site, Friday night meet and greet, and campfire fun.
  • Learn framing basics, stair construction, treehouse design, space efficiency, and more.
  • Emphasis on creative use of salvaged and reused materials to save money and add character.
  • Over 14 years of experience teaching workshops across the US and internationally.
  • Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity for adventure, learning, and building your dream treehouse!

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