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Seacrete/Seament/Biorock

Monday, September 29th, 2014:

“The biorock building process (called accretion) grows cement-like engineering structures and marine ecosystems, often for mariculture of corals, oysters, clams, lobsters and fish in salt water. It works by passing a small electrical current through electrodes in the water. The structure grows more or less without limit as long as current flows.  Read more from > Seacrete/Seament/Biorock

DIY Ferrocement Domes and Vaults

Thursday, April 24th, 2014:

“The “Green” movement has its roots in the late 60’s with the “back-to-the land” movement—-when people really started to think not just about alternative life styles but different methods of building—-including sustainability. It could easily be argued that the father and mother of the back-to-the-land movement were Helen and Scott Nearing.  Read more from > DIY Ferrocement Domes and Vaults