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Build a Freezer Wofati - roundwood.iron.freezer PEP BB

BB round wood woodworking - iron badge
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This is a badge bit (BB) that is part of the PEP curriculum. Completing this BB is part of getting the iron badge in round wood woodworking.

For this BB, you will build a freezer wofati! This is kind of like the Natural Building Freezer Wofati PEP BB, except bigger!

(source: Freezer Wofati - Permies Thread)

For more information, check out these permies threads:
Wofati Eco Building
Freezer Wofati

Minimum requirements:
  - 200 square feet of freezer space
  - 100 square feet of root cellar space
  - at least 7 feet tall
  - large eave
  - cold charging tube for mass
  - logging thermometer records temps below freezing from april through october
  - wall with door between freezer space and root cellar space - slip straw
  - exterior uphill wall with door - slip straw
  - meets general freezer wofati design elements from Freezer Wofati

To get certified for this BB provide photos or video (less than 2 minutes) showing the following:
     - site before you start
     - after excavations
     - partway through the build
     - finished freezer wofati that meets the above requirements
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