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Lilly Zeitler
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Pai, Mae Hong Son, Thailand
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New Shelter for Volunteers

Posted by Lilly Zeitler over 11 years ago

A covered campsite for volunteers that also maximixes our rainwater catchment in our tanks.

New Shelter for Volunteers!

We built a new shelter for our volunteers using all natural materials. The poles are eucalyptus. The floor and roof beams are made out of bamboo from our land. The floor is made out of split bamboo. The roof is made out of straw and leaves. The roof is tied on with ties cut from bamboo.


Most importantly, the roof catches rain water in our tanks. We will use this water in dry season to water the young trees in our food forest. Good stuff!

Anyone fancy staying here and helping out, just contact us: [email protected]

Hope to see you all!



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Permaculture Design Course
Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course
Teacher: Eileen Kaufman
Location: Tacome Pai Organic Farm
Date: Oct 2010
Pri verified
PRI Permaculture Design Course
Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course
Teacher: Mustafa Fatih Bakir
Location: PhaNagn Earthworks, Koh Pha Ngan, Thailand
Date: Mar 2012
Other course verified
Permaculture Internship
Type: Internship
Verifying teacher: David Vaughan Codos
Other Teachers: William Eastlake, Shelley McClure, Tom Dennison, Nicole Hermes, David Vaughan Codos
Location: The Panya Project
Date: Nov 2010
Other course verified
Earthbag Dome Construction
Type: Other
Teacher: Julien Balmer
Location: Thailand
Date: Feb 2012

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