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Cob Building Class

 
                                
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Location: Saluda, NC
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Any recommendations on a really good Cob Building course/class.

I was thinking of taking the one from Cob Cottage Company.

Thanks
 
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You might consider putting your  location in your signature or under your avatar area so those reading can put your posts into a region.

That being said - what area are you looking in?
 
                                
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I'm in WNC, but the location can be anywhere inside the states.  I'm really just looking for a good course.
 
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There's a class at Pine Ridge reservation, don't recall when:
http://www.sustainablehomesteaddesigns.org/Sustainable_Homestead_Designs/Welcome.html
 
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Based on my limited knowledge, I would recommend the cob cottage company.
 
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