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Natural Building workshop

 
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Location: Victoria, British Columbia
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Hi permies!

Dreamweavers Collective, a group of natural builders, farmers and permaculture enthusiasts is hosting a two week natural building workshop this summer in Twin Lakes, BC. Here are the details!

JULY 13TH - JULY 27TH

TWIN LAKES, BRITISH COLUMBIA

$1000

STUDENT AND EARLY BIRD PRICING (BEFORE JUNE 13) - $850

Come step into the world of Natural Building! In this two week workshop you will gain skills, connections, understanding and the capability to take on your own natural building projects. We will cover both the theory and the practical application of cob, light clay, straw bale, dry stack stone work, roundwood timber framing, living roofs, earth berms, earthen floors and more!

Bring your creativity, curiosity, and questions as we sculpt a one of a kind Art Studio from the ground up!

There will be camping and amenities on site as well as a beautiful lake nearby. Three local, organic meals a day will be provided along with plenty of snacks. Register now by emailing info@dreamweaverscollective.org

**A deposit of $500 is required**
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