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Workshops and Events

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Introduction to Natural Building
Feb. 11 - 17
Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

Atitlan Organics is proud to offer this course in collaboration with Oliver Goshey, the founder of the natural building and regenerative design company Abundant Edge. Oliver is also the host of the The Abundant Edge podcast! Join us, for an immersive week of hands-on and classroom learning. This course will provide an opportunity to get your hands on an array of tools, practice new techniques with immediate feedback, and exercise your teamwork strengths while creating the beautiful and lasting gift of a low-input, functional cook stove in a local household. Each day will bring a new hands-on technique and a class/lecture on topics including stone foundations, building with cob, and troubleshooting design flaws, with a focus on cooperating with your natural surroundings. Each evening there will be a related video to watch if you choose.

See atitlanorganics.com for more information.

Building a Mud Hobbit Home
1st March-16th April
Nainital, India

Whether you are someone intrigued by the recent revival of building with mud or astounded by centuries old houses still standing tall and strong or perhaps you are a nature lover, an environmentalist, naturalist, a permaculturist, an architect looking for better alternative housing techniques or you just love crafting with your own hands... you will love this workshop.

And you will also love the beautiful village where we are working to set up an Eco Commune for training and spreading skills towards sustainability, especially natural housing and organic farming.

See facebook.com for more information.

Advanced Timber Frame Joints
March 9 - 11
Machynlleth, Powys, Wales

Through practical sessions you’ll learn all about:

• The features, benefits and various applications of the beautiful and traditional mortise and tenon timber joint.
• Layout systems including mapping and mill, scribe or square rules.
• Tools – for layout, cutting and boring.
• Procedures for layout and cutting.
• Finishing, detailing and improving your technique.

See courses.cat.org.uk for more information.

Introduction to Natural Building and Ecological Design
March 10th to 17th
Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala

This six day workshop will cover considerations on picking a house site including passive solar design, building a rubble trench and natural rock and lime mortar foundation, wattle and daub wall construction, building with cob, earth bag construction, natural, earthen plasters, and ways to heat your home in a sustainable and natural way. During the workshop we will be building a rock foundation for a cabin, building an earth bag wall on the front entrance of our land, adding a wattle and daub bathroom onto one of our cabins, and also be building a rocket mass heater and cob bench inside one of the finished cabins. This complete natural building workshop will introduce you to several different and varied natural building techniques and is the perfect way to either begin your learning journey related to natural building or further develop your natural building skills.

See facebook.com for more information.

Introduction to Natural Building
March 11 - 17
Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

Atitlan Organics is proud to offer this course in collaboration with Oliver Goshey, the founder of the natural building and regenerative design company Abundant Edge. Oliver is also the host of the The Abundant Edge podcast! Join us, for an immersive week of hands-on and classroom learning. This course will provide an opportunity to get your hands on an array of tools, practice new techniques with immediate feedback, and exercise your teamwork strengths while creating the beautiful and lasting gift of a low-input, functional cook stove in a local household. Each day will bring a new hands-on technique and a class/lecture on topics including stone foundations, building with cob, and troubleshooting design flaws, with a focus on cooperating with your natural surroundings. Each evening there will be a related video to watch if you choose.

See atitlanorganics.com for more information.

Finish Clay Plaster Workshop
15-16 March
Myersville Maryland

I'm so excited to be team-teaching this clay finish plaster workshop with master plasterer Gabe Franklin! You get double the advice, double the tips, and double the attention!!

No need to have previous experience with plaster...we'll teach you everything you need to know...from ingredients, to mixing, to application & finessing the finish.

See facebook.com for mmore information.

Finish Clay Plaster Workshop
17-18 March
Myersville Maryland

I'm so excited to be team-teaching this clay finish plaster workshop with master plasterer Gabe Franklin! You get double the advice, double the tips, and double the attention!!

No need to have previous experience with plaster...we'll teach you everything you need to know...from ingredients, to mixing, to application & finessing the finish.

See facebook.com for mmore information.

Building a Communal COB Kitchen
18 March to 14 April
Bahia, Brazil

This is a 28-Day Complete Cob Building Workshop in which you will learn everything from the Foundation to the Roof including Building and Sculpting Cob Walls, Plasters and Floor. This will also be a great intercultural experience as half the students will be Brazilians and half from outside of Brazil. Fun excursions and activities available on weekends for additional fee.

See facebook.com for more information.

Introduction to Traditional Timber Framing
March 19
Orchard Barn, Ringshall, Suffolk, UK

The basics of timber frames spelt out. Terms, traditional techniques/tools AND locally sourced timber. Start at the beginning with mortise and tenons, studs, soleplates, wallplates, jowls, pegs, braces and tie beams. Whether you're a home-owner, or thinking of building  - this course provides a great understand of how a timber frame is constructed.

See orchardbarn.org.uk for more information.

Advanced Timber Framing
20th - 23rd March
Orchard Barn, Ringshall, Suffolk, UK

Get hands-on experience and skills reinstating a 1580 Suffolk Long House timber frame. Using essentially Medieval techniques you will learn how to cut and joint the components of a ground and first floor frame. Not a formal taught course, but practical  days working alongside Rick Lewis and the Orchard Barn Team progressing the replica Suffolk Long House frame.

Some carpentry experience needed. These four days are perfect for improvers, home-owners, conservation officers, architects, carpenters, builders, engineers, and anyone with a love of traditional timber framing who wants to get involved in the practical carpentry of a big timber frame.

See http://orchardbarn.org.uk/advancedtimberframing.html for more information.

Earthbag Building Workshop
March 24 - April 2
Baja Sur, Mexico

So that people will receive a complete learning experience from start to finish; we will have several structures in various stages of the building process. Participants will have the opportunity to jump in at any stage that they choose. Of course in week one, we will cover each step moving systematically from preparing the site, the mixing of materials for the bags, filling, placing and compacting and “hanging” of the earth bags. Earthen plasters from rough first coat to a polished and highly detailed finished coat. This will be an intimate and highly focused workshop where structural integrity and strength will be stressed. We will also focus on completion details and aesthetic elements. This workshop is geared towards the more advanced builder. However we will accommodate those who have less experience.

See earthbagdomehome.com for more information.

Japanese Plastering
March 25 - 30
Rancho Mastatal, Costa Rica

An intensive training in traditional and contemporary Japanese plastering including history, plastering procedures, materials and tools with an emphasis on plastering fundamentals. Course content includes:

  • Constructing bamboo lattice work
  • Fermenting and applying base coat earthen plaster
  • Repeated practice of a typical Japanese earthen plaster brown/middle coat
  • Finish applications of earth, Shikkui lime, and Otsu earth-lime plasters
  • Building out corners and using jigs and guides
  • Tataki Traditional Japanese Pounded Earthen Floors
  • Combining Japanese plastering with western natural building
  • Contemporary applications of Japanese plasters in modern buildings
  • Polished Clay Balls
  • The Influence of western plastering in Japan
  • Practical applications on actual buildings

See ranchomastatal.com for more information.

Superadobe Earth Dome Workshop
March 26 - April 2
Paterno Calabro, Calabria, Italy

The Cal-Earth Institute (Californian Institute of Earth Architecture) in collaboration with Vide Terra organizes a SuperAdobe workshop in Italy. This 8 days intensive course teaches how to apply the SuperAdobe/earthbag technique for a dome construction. During the workshop will be built a 2.5m (internal diameter) earth dome with a door opening and a window. The purpose of the course is to give the theoretical and practical tools useful to design and build a small earth structure or living space.

The workshop will be divided into a theoretical and a practical part.

Theory:
- Earth architecture and the importance of building with earth
- The SuperAdobe technique
- The principle of the arch and of the dome
- Designing a dome
- Practical techniques to analyse earth composition
- Introduction to waterproofing
- Designing more complex structures and living spaces based on the Eco-Dome concept.

Practice:
- Hands on construction of a complete 2,5m earth dome (foundation and structure)
- Creation of openings for doors, windows and ventilation
- Introduction to plastering

For more information see www.facebook.com or contact davideATvideterra.org

Introduction to Renewable Energy
April 7
Peterborough, ON, Canada

This workshop is the perfect introduction to the world of renewable energy, designed to help you figure out the best path to finding yourself living a renewable energy lifestyle. Instructor Sean Flanagan has been designing and installing renewable energy systems for over a decade, and unlike many renewable energy teachers he lives off-grid himself, giving him an intimate knowledge of what works and what doesn’t.

 The workshop covers all aspects of renewable energy:

  • Off grid and grid tied systems – Which is right for you?
  • Photovoltaics (PV, or “solar electricity”) – How it works and what components go into a system?
  • Wind energy – How it works and what components go into a system?
  • Micro hydro – How it works and what components go into s system?
  • Micro-FIT and Net Metering – How do utility companies deal with renewable systems?
  • Doing an energy audit – How much power do you need and what size system is required?
  • Living with renewable energy – Lifestyle, maintenance and monitoring
  • and much more!

See endeavourcentre.org for more information.

 

Introduction to Natural Building
April 8 -14
Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

Atitlan Organics is proud to offer this course in collaboration with Oliver Goshey, the founder of the natural building and regenerative design company Abundant Edge. Oliver is also the host of the The Abundant Edge podcast! Join us, for an immersive week of hands-on and classroom learning. This course will provide an opportunity to get your hands on an array of tools, practice new techniques with immediate feedback, and exercise your teamwork strengths while creating the beautiful and lasting gift of a low-input, functional cook stove in a local household. Each day will bring a new hands-on technique and a class/lecture on topics including stone foundations, building with cob, and troubleshooting design flaws, with a focus on cooperating with your natural surroundings. Each evening there will be a related video to watch if you choose.

See atitlanorganics.com for more information.

Introduction to Cob & Natural Building
April 8 -13
Maricopa, California

Cob building combines clay sediment, sand, fiber, and water, and is hand sculpted to form walls, benches, ovens, and fireplaces. Cob building makes use of readily available, affordable, non-toxic materials to build beautiful, organic structures.

The course is appropriate for both first-time builders and for professionals in the building trade who are interested in natural materials. In this cob workshop, we focus on the characteristics of the natural materials most commonly used in construction: clay soil, sand, and fibers. Our main focus will be cob, though we will touch on various other building techniques that utilize the same materials, including adobe block, light straw-clay, wattle and daub, and plasters. We will discuss how to find and choose appropriate soil for construction, how to create various mixes, how to attach wood to earthen walls, and how to use earthen materials to build walls, sculpt niches, shelves, and furniture.

This course is primarily a hands on course, where we learn by doing. We will be building a small structure from start to finish. As a complement to the hands-on portion of the course, we will include slide shows and discussions of the theoretical aspects of natural building. Subjects include building design and siting, passive solar design, foundations and drainage, earthen floors, appropriate roof design, and wiring and plumbing for natural structures.

For more iinformation see quailsprings.org

Round Wood Timber Framing
and Shingle-making course
16-20 April
Orchard Barn, Suffolk, UK

Learn how to construct a cart lodge frame and clasp purlin roof with trees in the round

  • Learn how to work with non standard locally sourced timbers
  • Get involved in the construction of a vernacular style cart lodge frame
  • Work in a small group to build a roof frame
  • Discover how to cleave coppice woodland material into battens and shingles
  • Use traditional greenwood and carpentry hand tools
  • Practice a wide range of skills that you will find transfer well into your own projects

See orchardbarn.org.uk for more information.

Earthbag Root Cellar Workshop
April 21 - 22
Asheville, NC

Root cellars were once a ubiquitous method of food storage and preservation but their construction is becoming a lost art form as most people have switched to energy-hungry electrical refrigeration. Sustainable Life School is excited to be offering a hands-on earthbag root cellar workshop, hosted by Bottom Leaf Intentional Community. T he same basic construction techniques we will be sharing can also be used to build anything from storm/survival shelters to cisterns.​

See sustainablelifeschool.com for more information.

Timber Frame Restoration Skills
30th April - 4th May
Orchard Barn, Suffolk

Timber Frame Restoration Skills

  • Discover why old buildings get damp and how to remedy it
  • Understand why timber frame buildings need to breathe
  • Get to grips with the lime cycle and how to use lime mortar and render
  • Make informed choices when discussing repair schedule
  • Save money by learning how to undertake some repairs yourself, or become more confident instructing your builder

See orchardbarn.org.ukfor more information.

Earthbag Dome Workshop
3-9 May
East Sussex UK

(some call it Superadobe, except we keep our earthbag technology as natural as possible, built using mostly earth and a pegging system with no barbed wire..! cement and barbed wire used ONLY where absolutely necessary.)

The workshop will be lead by Earth Hands and Houses founder Paulina Wojciechowska, a qualified architect who has over 19 years of experience building with earthbags in communities all around the world. Paulina worked alongside Nader Khalili at Cal-Earth in 1996 and is the author of “Building with Earth”, one of the leading earthbag construction books. The workshop is a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience of all stages of constructing a 2 metre interior diameter earthbag dome with an arched entrance, in a beautiful location in E.Sussex, and will include:

  • Theory of earthbag stucture foundations.
  • Building an earthbag dome.
  • Creating earthbag walls using both single bags and earthbag tubes.
  • Different techniques using arches and lintels to construct doorways and windows within the earthbag structure.
  • Ensuring the structure is stable through the correct use of buttressing and corbelling based upon the nature of the earth used to fill the bags.
  • Recognizing the clay found on our land and understanding how to use it for building.
  • Preparation and application of the first coat of clay plaster onto an earthbag dome.

See earthhandsandhouses.org for more information.

Natural Building Workshop
(building with earth)
4th - 10th May
Lameiros Portugal

This workshop will teach you the delights and wonder of building with earth; you’ll learn ancient and modern techniques and methods, theory and design. You will get your hands in the earth from day one and will leave feeling inspired, energized and ready to go out and build the revolution with mud!

See facebook.com for more information.

Insulated Rammed Earth workshop
May 7 - May 12 , 2018
Barierre, BC  Canada

Learn to build high quality insulated rammed earth walls like a pro. Taught by Clifton Schooley, a highly experienced RE builder. You will learn:

  • Foundation fundamentals
  • Material Selection
  • Mix quality control
  • Forming
  • Installation of electrical boxes and conduits
  • Insulated rammed earth methods
  • Wall and sample testing
  • Curing & sealing walls
  • Skid steer operation basics(Bobcat)

For those who are interested please look at this: rammed earth workshop.

Sustainiable Renovations Course
May 7 - September 28
Peterborough, ON, Canada

Endeavour’s Sustainable Renovations course is a unique, full time, hands-on sustainable building program that will put you at the forefront of the green renovations field. You will find yourself at the centre of a renovation project that achieves the highest goals of green building: Zero net energy use
– Zero embodied carbon
– Zero toxins
– Zero construction waste You will work with teachers and practitioners who are leaders in the field and work with fellow participants who are motivated and enthusiastic. It is a unique experience unlike any other construction program in the world!

For more information see endeavourcentre.org

Wattle and Daub course
10th May 2018
Ringshall, Suffolk, UK

Interested in heritage building practices and constructing walls that are deep green and use free locally sourced materials?

  • Suitable for complete beginners and professionals in the conservation field
  • Largely practical with some theory and history
  • Learn where to source materials
  • Assess clay and subsoil qualities
  • Work with coppiced woodland material
  • Construct a wattle panel
  • Learn how to use traditional greenwood working equipment - shave horse, draw knife, side axe
See orchardbarn.org.uk for more information.

Strawbale Building Workshop
12-16 May
East Sussex UK

The straw bale workshop will be held in a lovely farming field set in rolling English countryside on the otskirts of the village of Forest Row, 30 minutes drive from London Gatwick airport.

Setting out of the building, making foundations and walls and plastering. Hands-on experience of all the stages in straw bale wall construction, and an introduction to the plastering of a real structure:

  • Setting out and foundations
  • Raising straw bale walls
  • How to tie the straw bale walls together
  • Making a wall plate and compressing a wall
  • Installation of door and window frames
  • Managing the use of bales to maintain wall strength
  • Recognizing the clay found on our land and understanding how to use it for building
  • Preparation and application of the first 2 coats of clay plaster onto the straw bale wall

See earthhandsandhouses.org for more information.

Decorative Clay Plastering Workshop
18-23 May
East Sussex, UK

The five day workshop is based around the real hands-on experience of using clay plaster on the walls of a straw bale structure, supported by regular lectures to ensure you understand the theory and possibilities. Over the five days you will learn:

  • Recognising the clay found on our land and understanding how to use it for creating clay plaster in construction
  • Preparation and application of the first 2 coats of clay plaster onto the straw bale wall
  • Application of a clay and straw “cob” mixture to straw bale walls
  • Preparation and application of the final layer of plaster
  • Sculpting with clay plaster
  • mixing different clay colours applying and carving the smooth plaster layers.
  • Methods of protecting clay plaster from the elements.
  • Preparation and application of clay paints for a beautiful natural finish.
  • The theory of how clay floors are built.

See earthhandsandhouses.org for more information.

Cob Wall Building
& Rubble Trench Workshop
May 25-28
Fawn Grove, PA

If you want to learn to build a cob wall, start to finish...here's your chance. We'll start with a rubble trench footer, build up a stone wall base (with cob mortar), and sculpt cob walls using local clay soil. You'll learn how to insert bottles, attach to framing, sculpt niches, and more!

See facebook.comfor more information.

Essential Hempcrete Workshop
May 26
Peterborough, ON, Canada

At our Essential Hempcrete workshop you will learn how you can create a remarkable home insulation material from the hemp plant! This workshop is based on the new book, Essential Hempcrete Construction, written by course instructor Chris Magwood. Hempcrete (or hemp-lime) construction uses chopped hemp hurd (the woody core of the hemp plant) mixed with hydraulic lime to create an insulation material with excellent thermal, moisture-handling, fire-resistance, non-toxic and structural properties. Hempcrete is also a carbon sequestering material. In the Essential Hempcrete workshop, you will find out how hempcrete is made, see a slideshow of various Canadian and international hempcrete building projects, and gain an understanding of how, why and where hempcrete is an appropriate material choice. In the classroom, we will look at the costs, material sourcing and building science of using hempcrete on new building projects and renovations.

See endeavourcentre.org for more information.

Design Your Own Sustainable Home
June 2 - 3
Peterborough, ON, Canada

The workshop is designed to be an un-biased look at all the options available to the prospective owner-builder, and to assist you with tools to help you assess and choose your way to the house of your dreams. You will leave this workshop ready to handle all the competing claims and information you will face by focusing on your personal goals and aspirations and creating a road map for how best to meet them. At the heart of the workshop is a Criteria Matrix that has been crafted to help you organize your priorities and to set goals for the project that ensure the outcomes you are after. Instructor Chris Magwood is an expert guide for this journey, having helped hundreds of owner-builders through the process of designing and building their dream green home.

See endeavourcentre.org for more information.


Tadelakt Workshop
8-10 June
Fawn Grove, PA

Don't miss this rare opportunity to spend 3 days learning the ancient art of Moroccan Tadelakt! What is Tadelakt? It is a traditional Moroccan finishing technique that involves hand-polishing lime plaster with smooth stones. The resulting surface is smooth, luscious, and often colorful. The polished plaster is sealed with black olive soap for added waterproofing.

You will leave the workshop with a full understanding of the materials (including where to source them locally), the chemistry, and most importantly...the process. Plus you will gain plenty of hands-on experience, learning the application and finishing techniques with one-on-one guidance from Sigi Koko.

See www.facebook.com for more information.

Natural Plaster Workshop:
Base Coat to Finish
June 16 - 17
Peterborough, ON, Canada

Our Natural Plaster Workshop takes you from base coat to fine finishes. Clay and lime plasters are beautiful, non-toxic, good for the planet and lots of fun to mix and apply! Learn to work with natural clay and lime binders using recipes and techniques that will work on any natural wall material as well as conventional wall types. You will discover how to prepare wall surfaces and set up a plastering job to look great. In the Natural Plaster Workshop you will experience plasters made from natural earth, processed clay, hydrated and hydraulic lime and clay-lime blends. Discover how to source ingredients, make test samples and choose the right type of plaster for every need. Instructors Jen Feigin and Chris Magwood have decades of experience with natural plasters and teaching people how to use them.

See endeavourcentre.org for more information.

Clay Wall Building Boot Camp
27 June - 2 July
Fawn Grove, PA

There are several techniques for building walls with clay soil... and this workshop lets you get hands-on with 3 of them. You'll get experience building with cob, adobe, and rammed earth. You'll also learn where best to use clay mass walls to ensure energy efficiency & durability. This 6-day workshop lets you explore the materials in more depth!

See facebook.com for more information.

Earthen Floor Workshop
July 7
Peterborough, ON, Canada

An earthen floor can be beautiful, durable and a joy to walk on! It is also the most sustainable flooring option available. During the workshop, participants will learn how to create an earthen floor mix from site soils and natural ingredients. We’ll look at how to test soils for suitability in floors, and how to amend soils to make a good mix for floors. We’ll lay and trowel out floor samples, and learn techniques for getting the desired surface characteristics. Find out about how to prepare a variety of floor substrates for an earthen floor and natural finishing options for earthen floors. Maintenance and repair issues will also be addressed.

See endeavourcentre.org for more information.

Insulating Natural Walls BootCamp
18-23 July
Fawn Grove, PA

If you live anywhere that requires heat in winter, then understanding insulating natural walls becomes essential. You'll get hands-on experience building strawbale walls, plus infilling with light-clay and even a bit of hempcrete. We'll also discuss passive solar design, detailing for wet climates, and building codes.

See www.facebook.com for more iinformation.

Cob Building
21 - 22 July
Machynlleth, Powys, Wales

Your experienced teacher Ken Neal will take you through a hands-on practical course where you will discover:

1. How to decide if cob is right for your project
2. How to choose the right soil and carry out simple soil testing
3. The different types of foundation used
4. Mixing methods; for large and small scale building; and hand/foot versus machine.
5. Get down and dirty laying and compacting the cob.
6. How to treat openings
7. and finally how to finish it off; the top, sides of walls and openings

See courses.cat.org.uk for more iinformation.

Natural Building Intensive
August 9 - 31
Peterborough, ON, Canada

Endeavour’s one-month Natural Building Intensive puts you at the heart of a natural building project, from foundations to finishes. You will learn about the design and construction of modern natural buildings, using materials sourced from the local environment to create healthy, affordable and energy efficient shelter. You will work with teachers and practitioners who are leaders in the field and work with fellow participants who are motivated and enthusiastic. Join us for an experience that will give you the skills to tackle your own natural building projects!

See endeavourcentre.org for more information.

Sculpting Plaster Workshop
9-12 August
Fawn Grove, PA

Once you build a wall, you'll likely want to finesse the shape...or add whimsical features. Which means you'll need to know how to sculpt with plaster, inside and out. We'll use clay and straw to make a thick plaster for interior wall shaping/sculpting. And we'll use hempcrete to do the same for exterior walls.

This workshop is for you if you want to learn clay and lime plaster in a single workshop!

See www.facebook.com for more information.

Master Plaster BootCamp
31 August - 3 September
Fawn Grove, PA

If you've been dying to learn a variety of clay plasters and finishing techniques all in a single workshop...this is the one for you! We'll make 1 to 2 different plasters EACH DAY and use a variety of finishing techniques to create different textures. You'll also learn how to apply plaster over various wall surfaces...including drywall.

See www.facebook.com for more information.

Natural Building Workshop
24th - 30th September
Lameiros Portugal

This workshop will teach you the delights and wonder of building with earth; you’ll learn ancient and modern techniques and methods, theory and design. You will get your hands in the earth from day one and will leave feeling inspired, energized and ready to go out and build the revolution with mud!

See www.facebook.com for more information.

Living Roof Workshop
15 September
Fawn Grove, PA

This one-day workshop is for the hands-on learner that wants experience installing a low-cost, high performing living roof system. This is the system I use on all of my projects It's simple, beautiful, and requires almost no maintenance. WORKSHOP COVERS:
* Overview of living roof systems, including installation details for small projects
* How to select appropriate plants and keep them healthy until they are established on the roof ecosystem
* Guided hands-on experience installing drainage layer, soil medium, and plants

See facebook.com for more iinformation.

Design Your Own Sustainable Home
November 17 - 18
Peterborough, ON, Canada

The workshop is designed to be an un-biased look at all the options available to the prospective owner-builder, and to assist you with tools to help you assess and choose your way to the house of your dreams. You will leave this workshop ready to handle all the competing claims and information you will face by focusing on your personal goals and aspirations and creating a road map for how best to meet them. At the heart of the workshop is a Criteria Matrix that has been crafted to help you organize your priorities and to set goals for the project that ensure the outcomes you are after. Instructor Chris Magwood is an expert guide for this journey, having helped hundreds of owner-builders through the process of designing and building their dream green home.

See endeavourcentre.org for more information.

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