You've Probably Never Heard of Hyper Adobe
You’ve probably never heard of hyper adobe. And what’s a bunker bus? Why would someone want to move off-grid to the Arizona Desert? On this week’s show, Richard Ward gives us an inside view of his 24-acre homestead outside of Bisbee Arizona, where he teaches sustainable, natural building practices and off-grid living. And make sure you listen to the end because Richard has an invitation for our listeners to actually come and EXPERIENCE and help build with natural materials through an Eco Residency program.
Full show notes and images at thetinyhouse.net/203
In This Episode:
- Learning through teaching natural building techniques
- Why building underground makes sense in the desert
- Hyper adobe 101
- Getting enough water in the desert
- You may want to rethink using railroad ties
- All about the bunker bus
- What is the Eco-Residency Program?
- How the Terraform Together Community works and what they’re doing
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