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Barrel Oven Planning

Friday, July 24th, 2015:

“I’ve already written a bit about my enthusiasm for ensuring we have something other than a camp stove and an open fire to cook on during the build of our house. I’ve done that before for large groups of people and I’m not keen to repeat the experience over longer than a weekend. It also […]  Read more from > Barrel Oven Planning

Solvatten Water Filter and Water Heater

Monday, July 13th, 2015:

“Solvatten: reducing deforestation, soil erosion and CO2 emissions SOLVATTEN is a combined water treatment and solar water heater system typically used in situations where water resources are scarce and prone to contamination. It enables children and their families living without safe water to improve their quality of life. Built to last an entire childhood, the […]  Read more from > Solvatten Water Filter and Water Heater

ICA Nepal Earthbag House

Tuesday, June 9th, 2015:

“Our Earthbag home is ready!! Woohoo!! 18 days of hard labour work and countless amount of dedication by our entire team of volunteers made this possible… Thank you everyone who supported us through thick and thin and in every way possible!”  Read more from > ICA Nepal Earthbag House

Earthbag School in Goldhunga, Nepal

Friday, June 5th, 2015:

“Now Kathmandu’s outskirts also have an earthbag building! It will be used as an after-school house for the children of Goldhunga, a village located 30-minute drive from Thamel, in Kathmandu. It will be soon filled with computers, books and other supplies. Its size is 10x15ft and it is composed of one room and one floor.  Read more from > Earthbag School in Goldhunga, Nepal

Shelter Craft Project

Thursday, May 28th, 2015:

This workshop is over. You might want to keep an eye on their site if you live in the area. Maybe drop them an email or call if you’re interested in more earthbag workshops. Earthbag workshops are now available all over the world. Check out our Workshop page at Earthbag  Read more from > Shelter Craft Project