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GSBN: Digest for 8/6/04

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-> Re: GSBN:Straw-bale Buildings Open to the Public
     by "Habib John Gonzalez" habibg@...


Date: 6 Aug 2004 12:31:46 -0600
From: "Habib John Gonzalez" habibg@...
Subject: Re: GSBN:Straw-bale Buildings Open to the Public

Hello Joyce:

In addition to the Orofino Winery data I sent Chris, please contact Mike
Bowick at lizardcreekelectric@...information about his log
frame bale B&B on the Fernie, B.C. ski hill.

all the  best,


Sustainable Works
Habib John Gonzalez
615 Cedar Street, Nelson, B.C.
Canada V1L 2C4
tel/fax 250.352.3731
"Better the kindness of imperfection than perfection without kindness."

- ----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Joyce Coppinger" jc10508@...
To: "GSBN" GSBN@...; "ESBN"
Strawbale@...; "Strawbale REPP list"
strawbale@...; "Green Building listserve"
Sent: Monday, July 26, 2004 9:15 AM
Subject: GSBN:Straw-bale Buildings Open to the Public

> Hello everyone,
> We are updating our list of bale buildings open to the public for the 2004
> Resource Guide which The Last Straw journal will publish in September. We
> sent out a request earlier in the year and didn't hear back from you, so
> we're trying again.
> We are looking for buildings that people can visit to see what strawbale
> natural building is all about - the see, touch, feel, experience part of
> learning. Can be any type of bale building, for example, Bed & Breakfast,
> winery or brewery, office or business location, churches, schools, farm
> ranch buildings and, of course, homes.
> And, we encourage you to list your strawbale building on the International
> Strawbale Registry at SustainableSources.com. The information gathered
> this database also includes buildings open to the public, and can provide
> wealth of information about building design, construction, costs, features
> and much more - valuable for research of all types, for analysis of the
> development of these buildings, and as information to those interested in
> learning more. It can be an extremely important resource - but only if
> owner/builders, homebuilders and contractors list their project
> Hope to hear from you about buildings open to the public very soon!
> Joyce
> -- 
> Joyce Coppinger
> Managing Editor/TLS
> The Green Prairie Foundation for Sustainability/GPFS (publisher)
> PO Box 22706, Lincoln NE 68542-2706 USA
> 402.483.5135, fax 402.483.5161
> thelaststraw@...
> www.thelaststraw.org
> Check the Calendar on the TLS web site at www.thelaststraw.org for a list
> straw-bale and natural building workshops, training opportunities, events
> and conferences.
> The First Ten Years of The Last Straw Journal on CD-Rom (Issues 1-40 fully
> indexed and searchable) will be available later this summer. $35 plus
> shipping and handling ($5.00 if mailed within the US and Canada; please
> contact TLS for s/h for other countries). To order, call 402.483.5135, fax
> 402.483.5161, or send email to thelaststraw@.... An order
> form is available on the web site.



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