Come learn all about the process of building an ecological tiny home in a Berkeley backyard made with earthen materials, repurposed wood, natural insulation, and both plastic and glass bottles. The workshop will include an overview of different natural building techniques such as cob, earthbag construction, and clay-straw insulation, but the focus will be on how-to mix and apply natural plasters. Come be inspired by the work of ecological educator and natural builder Brennan Bird while enjoying a hands-on experience in the art of natural plastering.
Location: the backyard of 3240 King St, Berkeley CA
Yes – on “Presidents’ Day”