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Hello I just found out about RMH I think it might be what I am looking for. Now I need to find a way to build an 18' by 36' year round greenhouse. Got to stand up to our 75 MPH winds and the massive snow load. I'm in the Mat-Su valley. Want to do aquaponics so it needs to stay warm. Any ideas?
 
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Walapini or wofati greenhouse.

http://www.bensoninstitute.org/Publication/Manuals/Walipini.pdf

http://www.richsoil.com/wofati.jsp

It depends on how your land is laid out and what tools you have to work with...

and put the aquaponics tank on the RMH bench. Nice gentle warmth for the water tank, extreme thermal mass.
 
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Thank you.
These are very interesting. I will try the bow building.
 
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