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Off the Grid Shelter .... Free 30-day Tiny House AirCrete workshop

 
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We will be offering a Free 30-day Tiny House AirCrete workshop starting Wednesday, March 13, in Lincoln City, Oregon.   You must supply your lodging and personal expenses.  There is only one private bedroom available at the Center at the cost of $550 for 30 days.



The Workshop will be hands-on.  You will be working at least half of the day during the Workshop, so bring your work clothes and gloves.  Subjects to be covered are

• Making AirCrete
• Making a Foam Machine
• Best Foam Density
• Making Tapered Block Molds
• Mixing Portland Concrete and Foam
• Building Foundations
• Building Arches
• Dome Block Stacking
• Trouble Shooting




Oregon like the rest of the United States is suffering from an affordable housing shortage of more than 24,000 units, and many in the state hope tiny homes could fill the gap.

We have discovered a low-cost method of building tiny homes.  It is called Air-Crete.  It is Portland Cement and Dish Soap.  Non-skilled workers can use this method to build affordable housing.  We will be doing the modules to build a Sustainable 400 ft Tiny Dome House.

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Click Here for AirCrete Talk


We are the Sustainable Living Center of Oregon. (www.SustainableLivingCenterOregon.com) We research the areas of food, water, energy, and shelter.    

We are available to share our research with anyone if there is an interest.

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Very Cool , Coralee!   What a great opportunity for someone to get hands on learning for a possible future small business !  Thanks for sharing !
 
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