Green Home Building and Sustainable Architecture

Sustainable architecture is an exciting and important field, with many people reviving traditional methods of building and others creating innovations to established practices. Kelly Hart, webmaster of the popular website, posts text and photos featuring what he discovers from around the world.

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Location: Crestone, Colorado, United States

Kelly Hart has been involved with green building concepts for much of his life. He has also worked in various fields of communication media, including still photography, cinematography, animation, video production and now website development. Kelly has lived in an earthbag/papercrete home that he built and consults about sustainable building design.

December 22, 2004

Commencing a Web Log

I have decided to replace the old Green Home Building E-zine, established in the spring of 2002 and continuing until the fall of 2004, with this Web Log. An archive of the old E-zines can be found on the page. There are two reason for moving to a web log rather than continuing with the E-zine: managing the E-zine subscription list has become cumbersome (there are about 1,000 subscribers) and a web log is much more interactive. You can (and are encouraged to) post your comments about any of the entries, and these will also get posted. It does mean that my E-zine subscribers will no longer be notified of new material being posted, so they will have to take a more active role in visiting the Web Log to find out what is new. I encourage you to bookmark this page to make this process easy.


Blogger mot said...

Nice looking blog . It will be very convenient (I have it set up on "myyahoo" ). Thanks for all your great info . Your web site is also very helpful (emphasis on full ,it has more information than any other site that I visit ) . Again many thanks for all your effort .

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Blogger jcd said...

I have just recently discovered your excellent, informative site. I am also new to the concept of natural building and look forward to learning a lot in preperation for building on my property in New Mexico. Thanks, Jim

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