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Land Owners--the Cob Method for construction of houses and other buildings

From: Deborah R.
Sent on: Wednesday, February 15, 2012 9:40 PM
Maybe you would like the Cob Method for the construction of houses and other buildings, such as barns, storage sheds, garden sheds, etc. on your land.

It has lower cost building materials, including the free clay dirt from your land.
If you saw the recent article about intentional communities from Christian, you saw a photo of a house built using the Cob Method. It has brown walls and grass growing on the roof.
However, such houses can be constructed to look like modern houses, be more than one story, and have indoor plumbing.

See video at link below:

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