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My brother told me about these folks and I have been enjoying watching them build all sorts of earth bag homes. They seem to use a lot of paints and chemicals, so not really all in for permies,  but their building techniques are pretty neat.




 
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I live watching these guys on YouTube.   They are always smiling and doing stuff themselves.    I love it.  
 
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I have also watched and subscribed to thier YouTube channel, it's a youth movement and they do it right.
 
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I love their stuff too we are getting ready to start our earthbag adventure having some issues figuring out soil type we are about 50/50 clay to sand. Not sure exactly what I need to add depending on where it's going haven't seen a lot of research on it or even got any good opinions LOL
 
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Thank you
 
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