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i know this is VERY off-topic, but i figured you alaskans might come across interesting and alternative dwellings more often than the average american.

i'm considering buying land (new england, not alaska), and i'd like to built an eco-friendly and interesting house. i'm looking into various different methods, and would just like to see some real world examples, or at least hear of some. i've done a little poking around online, and in the local libraries, but information is scarce. i'd like to hear about pros/cons to permanent/semi-permanent yurts, hale-bay and cob houses, or anything else you may have come across.

thanks in advance for anything you foks can offer.

-matt
 

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Wow.

I will certainly ask around.

I have seen some very odd designs up herre for sure, but I am not familiar with them.
 

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damion said:
I will certainly ask around.

I have seen some very odd designs up herre for sure, but I am not familiar with them.
thanks for replying. i'm doing as much research as i can around here, but real world experience in this area is next to nill. i really appreciate anything that anyone can offer.
 

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Here is a good example of AK ingenuitive/alternative/recycled materials/low impact housing. Bear proof to boot!

 
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