16519Re: [SB-r-us] Straw Bales In Tucson
- Jun 23, 2014sounds like maybe light clay is more appropriate for your area?Michael HollihnNatural Building-Science Apprenticeship Program CoordinatorBlue Quills First Nations CollegeSt. Paul, Alberta
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aum*On Sat, Jun 21, 2014 at 12:23 PM, rwildey5@... [SB-r-us] <SBfirstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I'm trying to find a farmer selling construction grade straw bales in the Tucson/Marana vicinity for use in construction of a new straw bale house. I've not had much luck finding one online - they've mostly been hay bales. I found some farmers in the Phoenix metro area and I suppose in a pinch I could go with them but to ship so far seems cost prohibitive, though the more I think about it - the loading and unloading of the bales would be the major expense. Any suggestion?
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