Date: June 12 – 22
Location: Full Bloom community land near Little Applegate Valley, 30 minutes outside of Jacksonville, Southern Oregon. Set amidst the beautiful forested Siskiyou mountains with snowy Dutchman’s Peak in the distance and Yale Creek passing through.
In this 10 day natural building workshop we will construct a straw bale/straw clay hybrid studio from the ground up. Participants with learn the fundamentals of straw bale building, straw clay construction, cob and earthen plastering and floors. Hands on learning will also include carpentry from walls to roof systems. This workshop is ideal for anyone interested in gaining the skills to build their own home or small structure. No experience necessary!
Food: Three amazing, delicious organic vegetarian meals per day are included. Greens and most of the fresh produce is grown on the land.
Amenities include: Glorious straw bale common building with bakery, phone and wifi. A straw clay bath house with community showers, sauna, tub and pond. On site camping available.
Instructors: Lydia Doleman and Carey Lien will be holding the workshop together, ensuring individual attention for all attendees.
Cost: $1500. Inquire about group discounts. Last chance to register!
Contact Ryan Ginn to register: firstname.lastname@example.org