After a rigorously detailed plaster finish job, volunteers bid a poignant goodbye to the woman who will dwell in the sustainable house they built.
Forgoing cement in favor of a sustainable process that creates a silky smooth, vibrantly textured wall with a subtle microcrack pattern like that of porcelain.
This story was originally published 12/21/2012
This time I focused on what we have learned about working with the sun to cut down on the fossil fuels needed to run a house.
This time around I focused on the dirt based plaster we smeared and troweled over the straw bales.
My second New York Times Green Blog post about our arrival in Moab for a four month internship building a straw bale house.
The first post in my NYTimes green blog series documenting our quest to build a sustainable home.
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