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I have become interested in earthbag building and have ordered the book:. Earthbag Building, tools, tricks and techniques.  Looking for other books to study.and read.

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Paul
 
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Have 3 excellent books now.

More recent books have very good information and guide to resources needed to build!!!

Paul
 
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Sounds like you got some good resources. If you really enjoy the process I would highly recommend the book "Mud Ball" by Atulya Bingham. It isn't a guide book, but is written as a kind of memoir and is a great read for anyone interested in natural building.

https://www.amazon.com/Mud-Ball-Myself-Daily-Grind/dp/1849147523
 
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paul salvaterra wrote:I have become interested in earthbag building and have ordered the book:. Earthbag Building, tools, tricks and techniques.  Looking for other books to study.and read.

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Paul



Hello Paul,   Although not a book, I've always enjoyed reading Kelly Harts stuff. Green Home Building
 
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