San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us to learn how to make and apply earthen plasters. Earth has been used around the world for centuries to make beautiful, clean, comfortable finishes, using local natural materials.
In this workshop you gain a basic understanding of working with clay, sand, fiber and pigments, and be able to apply the techniques to finish a earthen wall, or to create a natural finish over your sheetrock in your existing home. We will mix and apply both a ruff base coat plaster, as well as a smooth finish coat.
When & Where
Alaskan Bioshelter & Permaculture Center
Curt and Cindee Karns live in Alaska's only bioshelter in Eagle River Valley. They grew up down the street from each other in Fairbanks and have also lived in Wrangell, North Pole and now Eagle River. Cindee offers classes/workshops on Permaculture, gardening, and sustainability. We also offer tours. Call us to set one up. (907) 622-3969
Cindee is one of three Alaskan Permaculture instructors in the state. She's taught 2 face to face courses and 2 on-line courses for Alaskans so far. She is a retired Middle School teacher, who received her Master's degree on-line in Integrative Education with an emphasis in experiential learning. She is so excited to be offering permaculture courses in Alaska