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Low cost, fire-proof, high longevity, and a negative carbon footprint are only a few of the numerous amazing benefits of hempcrete. According to the U.S. Green Building Council, buildings account for 38% of the CO2 emission in America. One huge benefit of using hempcrete is that the hemp will absorb CO2 and release oxygen during its growth, as well as absorbing more CO2 due to the limestone and slowly petrifying. Over decades, its widespread use could have a fairly significant impact.

Low cost, fire-proof, high longevity, and a negative carbon footprint are only a few of the numerous amazing benefits of hempcrete. According to the U.S. Green Building Council, buildings account for 38% of the CO2 emission in America. One huge benefit of using hempcrete is that the hemp will absorb CO2 and release oxygen during its growth, as well as absorbing more CO2 due to the limestone and slowly petrifying. Over decades, its widespread use could have a fairly significant impact.

How to build a log cabin - from Popular Mechanics.  Because I would love to have a little log cabin instead of a metal storage shed!!!

How to build a log cabin - from Popular Mechanics. Because I would love to have a little log cabin instead of a metal storage shed!!!

солнечный коллектор из банок 1: Солнечная энергия, солнечные фермы, модули, панели, батареи

солнечный коллектор из банок 1: Солнечная энергия, солнечные фермы, модули, панели, батареи

Multiple alternative home building materials and styles !....Can be learned and built by ((almost anyone)) with low to NO mortgage {yes debt free} 7 different sustainable house projects on this link.

Multiple alternative home building materials and styles !....Can be learned and built by ((almost anyone)) with low to NO mortgage {yes debt free} 7 different sustainable house projects on this link.

How can a house made of mud last 500 years? The short answer is, the combination of clay, sand and straw – known as cob – is extremely strong and durable once it dries, and can withstand fire and severe weather as well as practically any other material. This ancient building technique is among the easiest and least expensive ways to build your own sustainable, healthy green home.

How can a house made of mud last 500 years? The short answer is, the combination of clay, sand and straw – known as cob – is extremely strong and durable once it dries, and can withstand fire and severe weather as well as practically any other material. This ancient building technique is among the easiest and least expensive ways to build your own sustainable, healthy green home.

Make Your Own Energy Saving Thermal Curtains    HOMESTEAD SURVIVAL  SHTF disaster preparedness

Make Your Own Energy Saving Thermal Curtains HOMESTEAD SURVIVAL SHTF disaster preparedness

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