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Hi all,
I'm living in southern Africa and hope to soon be joining forces in a VERY rural community, where most homes are 'waddle and dob' structures. When modeling cob-building, permaculture, and homesteading with ZERO financial resources at my neighbor's disposal, what are some suggestions? (the question is broad, but I'm new, so the world is open!)

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Check out this site, it has a lot of really great information to download and read for just about anything you would come up against..there is a lot of material specifically from organizations like the peace corp on doing things in developing countries..I have downloaded a gob of info and read from here..way more information than you would ever need
http://www.cd3wd.com/cd3wd_40/cd3wd/index.htm
 
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