Straw Bale Building Workshop
Who should attend?
Anyone interested in learning more about Green Housing & Building options:
Architects, builders, sustainability educators, and green enthusiasts in general.
Attendees with participate in all aspects of construction, but workload is designated around physical ability. Scholarships are available - see details below.
Did you know? The first straw bale building to be built in Jefferson County are scheduled to be built in Clifton and Crescent Hill in 2008. Neighbors are invited to participate in the training and in learning how to do cooperative, low-cost high quality natural building.
Session Activity Weekend Schedule:
Preview Luncheon: Thursday, March 27 12-2 pm Lunch & Learn
Adena Center at W*bster University, Louisville: Galen Bldg, Zorn @ River Road Open to the Public, $5 Lunch / Donation requested. Please RSVP: 502 410 2786 or http://www.webster.edu/louisville/CERegister.html
One: March 29-30 Foundation and drainage
Two: April 5-6 Wall construction, door and window detail
Three: April 12-13 Roof construction and assembly
Four: April 19-20 Earth plaster and stucco
Cost $400 per person/ $500 per couple for entire workshop
$125 per single weekend/ $200 per couple
Foxhollow workshop upcoming in 2008
Scholarship Discounts of 50% available- see below.
2700 Hillside Terrace
Louisville, KY 40206
*Spring follow up-" Design and interior finishing" to be announced
For more information and to sign up:
This Workshop qualifies for CEU credit for the Program in Sustainability Studies of the Adena Center.
Half price discounts available:
participating in the Adena Sustainability Studies Program and partner community projects such as Sustainable Clift*n, Sustainable Business Networks, Sustainable Louisville and others are eligible for scholarship support for a 50% discount on the course cost.
If you would like to apply for CEU credit for this course, the Certificate in Sustainability, or scholarship support please contact
More Information: www.adenacenter.blogspot.com