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Have you crowdfunded your natural home build?

 
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If you have, I'd be very interested in hearing about your experience.

What started as just us wanting to build a cordwood home has kind of morphed into us wanting to show the community we live in how to do this as a way to partially solve the horrible housing crisis we have here. So, I'm thinking on ways to crowdsource the build of our temporary tiny house so that it can include a documentary, a book, etc.
 
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Paul Wheaton, I'd love to hear your take on crowdfunding a natural home build.
 
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