Yea, another earthbag book. Kelly and I just published our new books (see links on right side of page if you missed them). There’s this new book on building earthbag tornado shelters. Plus there’s another earthbag book coming out any day that we’ll blog about soon. Read more from > How We Built A Low Cost Tornado Shelter
You can still order physical copies of my Earthbag Building DVD from Amazon, but now you can also get the DVD via high speed download direct from the Internet. This is ideal for those in other countries and for people who don’t want to wait ten days or so for a DVD to arrive through the mail. Plus, the cost is only $20 instead of $28. See our sales page for ordering information. Read more from > Earthbag Building DVD Now Available as High Speed Download
How the Prehistoric Roundhouses at Llynnon Mill on Anglesey were built. Read more from > Building Celtic roundhouses
I am pleased to announce that my most recent book is now available, both in print form and as a Kindle from Amazon.com. Earthbag Architecture: Building Your Dream with Bags is the story of my involvement with earthbags over nearly two decades. I spent much of this winter resurrecting memories of the earthbag projects that I have completed and sorting through a multitude of photographs. Some 240 of these full color images grace the pages of this informative book.
Earthquakes hit Nepal two months ago already, but the situation is still far from being solved: thousands and thousands of Nepali are still living outside and the monsoon fears all of us as the weather will increase the risks of landslides and spread diseases. So please continue to share and talk about Nepal around you! Read more from > Help the Himalaya Adventure Girls Rebuild Nepal
“In this video I take you to a place where I used to live. Its name is Middle Wood; located East of Lancaster, near the small village of Wray. From the car park we walk to the communal area and then down the long path towards the river. During this time I’ll talk about my days of living there and what I faced.” Read more from > Middle Wood: Living in an Eco-Community