Affordable, sustainable, beautiful homes made from the earth (literally)

Some timeless, time-tested, time-proof innovations can never be talked about too much. The Geiger Research Institute of Sustainable Building has a recent plug on earthbag building. Building one’s home with dirt is ancient practice. Using dirt-filled bags to shape walls and vaulted ceilings is also the most affordable way anyone could ever treat themselves to a sturdy, hurricane-proof, sustainable, non-toxic, durable, comfortable and beautiful home. It has been used in disaster-stricken parts of the world such as post-earthquake Haiti, as it has in the lovely setting of the Welsh countryside or on the Peruvian Pacific coast (see picture), and in many other places. Possibilities are endless—opportunities to dream out of the box and create a life in harmony with the earth bountiful.

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Affordable, sustainable, beautiful homes made from the earth (literally)

Some timeless, time-tested, time-proof innovations can never be talked about too much. The Geiger Research Institute of Sustainable Building has a recent plug on earthbag building. Building one’s home with dirt is ancient practice. Using dirt-filled bags to shape walls and vaulted ceilings is also the most affordable way anyone could ever treat themselves to a sturdy, hurricane-proof, sustainable, non-toxic, durable, comfortable and beautiful home. It has been used in disaster-stricken parts of the world such as post-earthquake Haiti, as it has in the lovely setting of the Welsh countryside or on the Peruvian Pacific coast (see picture), and in many other places. Possibilities are endless—opportunities to dream out of the box and create a life in harmony with the earth bountiful.

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