Following his trip to the self-sustainable Lammas in Wales, Heydon Prowse visits Pembrokeshire national park to meet two families living in low-cost, environmentally sustainable dwellings. Heydon Prowse meets with Tony and Faith Wrench, builders of That Roundhouse, and Simon Dale, builder of A Low Impact Woodland Home. The video shows Simone Dale’s new home.

I first saw the video at the Year of Mud: Cob and Natural Building Blog, one of my favorite blogs. Check out their site if you’d like to learn about timber framing, cob and other low cost building methods.

The Year of Mud is hosting two natural building workshops in 2012 — check out their Timber Framing Workshop and Straw Bale Workshops!


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