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earthbag construction and rocket heater workshop educators needed

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Hi-I want to host a workshop on site here in Nebraska. We have several projects going now but I have a few things I would like to have taught for our area. First would be earthbag construction as I have a few short/small walls I need to build and earthbag would be a great way to do it. Next I would like to build an outdoor pizza oven, stove that is rocket fired. We have an aquaponics, chinese style greenhouse that is almost complete, radiant floor heat to heat the water in the tanks. Currently it will be electric but will move that to solar as soon as possible.

We also have the opportunity to house a workawayer situation. So, if anyone is an educator or knows of someone in those areas please let me know.
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I may be able to help you Tim. I've been studying and working for the last 4 years out here on the west coast (mostly strawbale and rockets) and I'm moving back to my native Omaha this May. I'm teaching a rocket stove workshop in Kansas City in June but I'm looking for natural building projects, especially workshops that I can teach to help get me through the building season. If you are on facebook you can check out 'tallgrass vernacular' until I get my website launched. I'm rarely on permies but email me at tallgrassvernacular@gmail.com if you would like to connect. All the best- Jim
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