Filipino Earthship Typhoon Response

A campaign by Jim Martin

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Successfully funded on January 24, 2015
A campaign by Jim Martin
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    A patterny painting by yours truly.

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    A weekend of my time to help do up a van, or a permaculture style home garden.

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  • Charles Fraser January 29, 2015

    Great work guys, sorry I am broke but with you in spirit

    Do you know about Earth Casting? It might save you so much time!!

    You make the shape you want your house to be out of earth like you are making a huge sandacastle with some tonker toys, and then you pour concrete all over it and smooth it out then you wait for the concrete to set and dig all the earth out and you are left with the structure you want. You can use "guttering" (thin planks of wood stick into the earth to make the concrete flow around where you want a window or a door and get the concrete to overflow over lower shutters so there is some depth to it if you are making steep inclines or just make big holes for pillars and yea thats all just need to work out how to make green (non-toxic) concrete https://arcosanti.org/node/10252

    have you played with this? lov
    cf

  • Claire Maike January 8, 2015

    Go you good thing!
    Love all the way from Bali,
    Hoggy and Clive

  • Christopher DeBoer December 20, 2014

    Merry Christmas from your latest donor ;)

  • Cath Rehbein December 6, 2014

    All the best Jim

  • Hannah MacDermott December 6, 2014

    Wonderful cause, beautiful people.

  • Nathan Wallwork December 5, 2014

    Get in Jimmy!