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Workshops and volunteering, India, Aug 2014 - Feb 2015 - Superadobe/earthbag dome construction  RSS feed

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From August 2014 until February 2015, we are going to build 6 Sustainable Earth Domes using the Superadobe/Earthbag building technique.

People from all over the world have already signed up to help with this project, and we have space for more people.
Imagine learning how to build your own home using earth as the main material. This is a truly sustainable building technique.

We will be building these homes together: Making adobe mixes, building the domes, plastering, making bottle walls, clay sculptures.
You will learn how to use and store the energy of the sun to keep you warm, harvest water, grow your own food and build your own greywater filtration system.

We organize a number of workshops on Earth building, starting at just 475 euro including excellent vegetarian/vegan meals. There are also internship and volunteering programs available during this project.

More information available at
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