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wofati eco building (june 17)

 
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Wofati Eco Buildings
A home, an animal shelter, a root cellar ... these structures are optimized to be built on a woodland using thinnings that would otherwise be burned.   Three times faster than conventional, one fifth the cost and, if built right, will require zero heat in the winter.

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Missoula Public Library, Large Meeting Room
 
                                        
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Can you elaborate more on the content? Trying to decide whether to brave Rogers pass again. Last time I did (May 4th) I was snowed in Missoula for three days! Not a bad thing....except from my boss's point of view. 

 
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I'm going to talk about stuff in this wofati article.
 
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My partner went to this workshop, now hes all excited about putting a yurt on top of a wofati....any advice??
 
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I think that would be a bit like stacking a brick on top of a bowling ball. 

Maybe I just don't have the proper imagination to understand what he's thinking.

 
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I believe he is thinking of a Yurt sitting on a permanent underground structure, with a door in the floor of the yurt. This way a small area with pluming & electric would be there & perhaps a very small living/sleeping space should it be too cold to sleep in the yurt.   
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