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Location: Summertown, TN
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Join us for two Natural Building Workshops this summer...
4 Day Cob Workshop June 12-15 and Natural Building Intensive 8/8-8/16

Join us for a four day cob building workshop where art meets function. Create an elegant garden entrance and gate with us, using cob, stone and wood. Engage your senses. Arouse your creativity. Create a lasting impression.
This workshop will teach you the basics of cob building. Cob is an ancient method now revised and improved upon with modern development. From design to construction, you will participate fully, while expressing yourself and your inner artist.

Natural Building Intensive
Ready to get your hands dirty? Join us for 9 days of theory & design, hands-on natural building and exploratory tours of local structures and homes that were built using different techniques. This course is designed to immerse you in the methods used to create sustainable, healthy, made-from-local materials, energy efficient, aesthetic, functional and owner-build structures to add beauty and form to your landscape.

Learn more at http://www.spiralridgepermaculture.com/events/

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