I am interested in doing a hemp/lime plaster. It seems to be the superior choice but of course, I have no experience.
I was referring to the great possibility that hemp;lime plaster may very well be a better option for me right now.
Hemp:lime plaster over other lime plasters offers increased strength, durability, faster curing time, faster and easier to work with because it goes on thicker and has minimal shrinkage.
I found this link rather encouraging. It covers the many benefits of hemp:lime plaster and mentions it's use on straw bales.
It is from a UK company but I have found some local-ish sources for USA grown hurds at what seems to be reasonable prices.
Completely local and freee clay based plaster would be great hefty thermal mass, if only I could figure out a way to process it in a timely fashion. I'm excited about this other option and so grateful to have ye permies to discuss it with before any decisions or purchases are made.