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Permaculture in Flathead Lake region of Montana?

 
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Hi all,

I'm new to the forums, planning a project in Rollins, MT, wanting to get some input on possible techniques/best practices for the region. Thinking passive solar building (straw bale and/or earthbag?), rocket mass stove for auxiliary heating... some kind of built-in cooling... all this is still very much in the early stages. Any advice?

Thanks, and I'm glad to meet you!

Cheers all,
Zephyr
 
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Hi Zephyr! I'm in Polson, looking for permie land, possibly in Rollins! I have the videos on the RMH workshop if you want to borrow. Michael Billington in there in Dayton if you want to see the Sepp Site. call me for info or whatever 314-3808
 
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