Nicola last edited by
Hi, I´m really excited about the combination of aircrete domes and earthships. That´s my dream! As I cannot go to the workshop, it´s just to far for me, my question is, if there is any way to get the information online. Thanks!
Layne last edited by
I second this as I cannot get to a workshop. Please create online tutorials.
domegaia last edited by domegaia
Hi Nicola and Layne,
We plan to create a series of online tutorials. Please stay tuned!
ppearce1 last edited by
I'm with you. An online program would be wonderful. I realize hands on always has an advantage but some of us are limited in our time and ability to travel.
mundane9 last edited by
Having just attended a one day in person workshop - I would say this is one of those where an online program is not as helpful. There are unplanned events and questions that occur. We participated in a lot of hands-on activities that 'one touch' is critical such as how the aircrete feels like or should feel like when wet, when to add what, how much to make, how to check airpressure, what can go wrong with equipment and how to troubleshoot, etc. So worth attending in person. There are so many youtubers out there posting videos on this stuff who have no idea what they are doing..... beware.
Kwagga last edited by
@mundane9 I'm sure everybody would love to attend a course, but budget and geography often make this difficult. As you say, there is a lot of bad info out there, so it would be very helpful to be able to access accurate info online.
InayaPapaya last edited by
@domegaia where is the online tutorials please?
i am in europe, on a small island and travel has just become impossible (if you do not agree to get vax/pcr crap)
please i would love to learn