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There's this awesome team of folks doing a kickstarter project, posted about in the tiny house forum here. The Open Building Institute is a system of building a sustainable home - not necessarily "tiny", but energy efficient and sustainable from the ground up, including energy, water, and food production. Aquaponic greenhouse! The plans, techniques, and even the designs of machinery to help make building materials from local sources, are all being open sourced.

Their kickstarter could really use some steam. One of the project partners, Marcin Jakubowski, is willing to do a permies.com Q&A and giveaway thingmabob in the Building forum. I wasn't sure where else to post this, but I'd really love to join other permies picking Marcin's brain about their project.
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