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(video) PBS’s Building Green Episode 3: Framing and Roofing

To read the comments about the feasibility, practicality, and actual greenness of some of the recommendations, go to the youtube building green webpage

In episode three, Building Green host Kevin Contreras looks for the best, most affordable, green way to support and roof his straw bale dream home. Because Santa Barbara is in California and because California is earthquake country, Kevin needs a good solid post-and-beam structure. In this guide to the third episode, find out why Kevin chooses steel instead of wood for his frame. We’ll give you one hint: termites!


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My name is Heather Ferris. I am the founder and creator of Nurture Nature Project! I believe together we can re-imagine the future and re-create systems to support the sustainable regeneration of healthy life on our planet. Listening to your own heart and living from your inner truth is the first step to building a better world. Every person has something important to offer.

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