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|Cordwood Workshops 2017|
Richard & Becky Flatau of Cordwood Construction are offering several Cordwood Workshops for 2017.
Click here to go to their website, then click on the Workshops 2017 Menu.
Additional workshops are added during the year as projects come to fruition. For information contact the Flatau's at email@example.com
Rob and Jaki Roy will be conducting the following workshops at their Earthwood Building School in West Chazy, New York in 2017:
Note: Earthwood has four low-cost cordwood guesthouses available, with accommodations varying from one to four students. The workshop project for 2017 is a cordwood sauna with a living roof.
For more information see their events page.
Cordwood Construction Best Practices
Richard Flatau's new book has 259 color photos, diagrams and formulas will take the novice or experienced builder from house plans to cordwood home occupancy. 196 pages, and much, much more... Order your copy here!
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