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Essential Light Straw Clay Construction
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Acknowledgments Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Rationale Chapter 3: Appropriate Use Chapter 4: Building Science Notes Chapter 5 : Material Specifications Chapter 6: Design Options: Framing Systems and Form Options Chapter 7: Design Notes, Details, and Budgeting Chapter 8: Construction Procedures Chapter 9: Finishes Chapter 10: Maintenance and Renovation Chapter 11: Building Codes Chapter 12: Tools Appendix 1: APPENDIX R - Light Straw Clay Construction, from 2015 IRC Index About the Author

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Featured in: Permaculture Magazine NA , features offered to: Green Builder, Fine Home Building, Excerpts offered to GRIT, The Family Handyman, Mother Earth News, GRIT, Acres USA, Resilience.org, Natural Building Networks Advertising in Mother Earth News, Permaculture NA Promoted with microwebsite on Green Builder Magazine with chapter excerpts and blog Promoted as part of the Sustainable Building Essentials series Promotion on author's website www.theflyinghammer.com Galley available on Edelweiss Promotion to natural building associations through in-house targeted list Publicity and promotion in conjunction with the author's speaking engagements Promotion via New Society Publishers social media platforms.

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Lydia Doleman is a licensed contractor with two decades of experience as a natural and sustainable builder, cabinet maker, and trainer. She has taught carpentry and natural building at Solar Energy International in Colorado and was lead ecological builder for Portland's City Repair project from 2002-09. Aiming to merge three converging passions in her life - art, ecology and social justice - Lydia has created beautiful, high-performance, low-impact buildings across Oregon and Washington, including Portland's first permitted straw bale home, The Rebuilding Center's cob entryway, and a 3,300-sq.f light straw clay brewery. She's written articles for The Last Straw Journal and Permaculture Design and appeared on NBC News and HGTV's Off Beat America on the topic of tiny homes, featuring a small-scale light straw clay timber frame home. Lydia lives in southern Oregon.

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