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View Resource Straw Bale Building: On the Cusp of the Mainstream

The straw bale renaissance is gaining acceptance. Learn the good, the bad, and the beautiful things about these energy efficient and low-impact homes. Become an online member to view article.
View Resource From the Ground Up: A Primer for Natural House Building

Low tech is the new high tech. This primer introduces the materials and techniques of energy efficient, natural house building.
View Resource Still Saying 'Yes' to Sunshine

A sunny success story of an off-grid, did-it-themselves, homestead! Colin McCoy and Christine Reising share how they built their third solar and wind powered, earth-sheltered home. Become an online...
View Resource Load-Bearing Straw Bales: Yea or Nay?

The early pioneers of straw bale building technology did not use frames within their walls, but relied on the strength of the bales and plaster to hold up the roof. Today's straw bale builders often...
View Resource Engineers Without Borders: Pumping Water in the Sahara

Engineers Without Borders directs a project in Mauritania, Africa, to upgrade a village water system with a solar-powered pump.
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