Hempcrete Balls of Fun!

Get ready for some good, clean (well, a bit dirty, in fact…) fun. We’ll work with a variety of lime binders to produce hempcrete balls, which you can take home with you.

Keep them as-is, or add lime or clay at your discretion to create spherical globes of goodness!

Hemp hurds + lime binder + water = hempcrete

Come find out what all the fuss is about with this nascent building material that is capturing the hearts and minds of builders and planners across the world.

The event is finished.

Date

Oct 21 2023
Expired!

Time

3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

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Workshops
Jennifer Martin

Organizer

Jennifer Martin
Website
http://hempstone.net

Jennifer is a sustainable architecture design/builder with 25+ years of experience in low-carbon natural building and high-performance green construction. As a partner at HempStone, she serves as Catalyst to advocate for carbon-beneficial material use throughout the building assembly. Jennifer spent over a decade helping grow Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage into a viable demonstration of sustainable and cooperative living. At Dancing Rabbit, Jennifer served on Village Land Use and Building Planning committees while working alongside passionate and committed folks to develop residential and community-scale sustainable architecture. Based in New England, HempStone provides full-service hempcrete and lime plaster design and construction services and supports the development of a carbon-beneficial construction industry as Regional Leaders of the US Hemp Building Association. She also teaches hempcrete and lime plaster at Yestermorrow Design/Build School in Vermont and travels extensively throughout the US to work with First Nations Communities and building construction companies.

Speaker

  • Jennifer Martin
    Jennifer Martin
    Partner at HempStone

    Jennifer is a sustainable architecture design/builder with 25+ years of experience in low-carbon natural building and high-performance green construction. As a partner at HempStone, she serves as Catalyst to advocate for carbon-beneficial material use throughout the building assembly. Jennifer spent over a decade helping grow Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage into a viable demonstration of sustainable and cooperative living. At Dancing Rabbit, Jennifer served on Village Land Use and Building Planning committees while working alongside passionate and committed folks to develop residential and community-scale sustainable architecture. Based in New England, HempStone provides full-service hempcrete and lime plaster design and construction services and supports the development of a carbon-beneficial construction industry as Regional Leaders of the US Hemp Building Association. She also teaches hempcrete and lime plaster at Yestermorrow Design/Build School in Vermont and travels extensively throughout the US to work with First Nations Communities and building construction companies.

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