For Lowe’s to thrive in the long-term it needs future generations to be willing to take on do-it-yourself (DIY) projects. That may be a challenge as fewer schools offer woodshop, metalworking, and other classes that help build a foundation in being able to handle small (or even large) home improvement projects.

The company plans to help America’s youth gain the skills needed for DIY projects when they get older by offering free monthly kids’ workshops at each one of its locations beginning Saturday, Feb. 8.

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