New Earthbag Projects in Nepal by First Steps Himalaya

First Steps Himalaya, a New Zealand based NGO, is doing an excellent job on the six-classroom school in Sindhupalchok, Nepal. There was a Spanish documentary film crew on site that interviewed me and asked for my impression of the school. … Continue reading →

Rebuilding Earthquake-hit Homes in Nepal with Earthbags

“A SCOTTISH entrepreneur is using a new slant on a century-old construction method to rebuild earthquake-devastated homes in Nepal. Derek Cowan and a team of volunteers are in the village of Thangpalkot, in the foothills of the Himalayas, on a … Continue reading →

Help the Himalaya Adventure Girls Rebuild Nepal

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 … Continue reading →

$300 Earthbag House

Description: 11.1 sq. m. interior, 5.4 sq. m. sleeping loft, 11.2 sq. m. patio for cooking and socializing. Single units can be expanded by adding on in any direction or joined to create multi-unit structures. Almost all materials are free … Continue reading →

The Orange Tree Atelye (or Workshop)

Here’s another project taking off to help Haiti. Text quoted from their website. We are an interdisciplinary research and design team from the University of Cincinnati. We were formed to provide a long term growth plan for the Good Shepherd … Continue reading →

Two New Haiti Earthbag Videos

I just found these new videos on YouTube and know very little about them. I’m eager to learn how they propose to build the large vaults, because these are very difficult to build with earthbags. The first one is an … Continue reading →