Strawbale Workshops 2018
Wall Raising Weekends!
Port Angeles, Washington
Educators and advocates for sustainable strawbale building since 1994, The IronStraw Group
became an IRS 501(c)(3) organization and active as a nonprofit in 1999. As
a compact, dynamic and effective business for environmental and social change,
IronStraw has been busy! We have just returned from working nine years in New Zealand. You can click on the links above to visit all our web
Our Current Project:
Ageing in Place Sustainably!
A How-To for Senior Citizens
Port Angeles, Washington: We're building a model post and beam strawbale home to be an educational example for all who are interested.
June 2017 will see the completion of a new green home built adjacent to Peabody Creek Ravine which is city owned land and is part of a greenbelt that meanders through a renewing historic city on the Salish Sea.
IronStraw Group has once again built a model strawbale house which will serve to teach a community. With a number of growing partnerships, our non-profit will educate through hands-on learning opportunities. More details about how to join in this exciting project and be in partnership with a growing community please go to our Ageing in Place Sustainably page.
As in past builds, we will bridge with local schools, Native Americans, design professionals, builders, city departments, senior citizens and the community at large as we construct a home that will answer these questions:
- How do we build affordably?
- How do we build green?
- How do we build so that we are not forced to leave our homes before we want?
- How do our buildings support us to live in them as affordably as possible?
- How do we build a home we can live in the rest of our lives?
Open House Tours to start in early 2018!
Watch this site for notices of the strawbale open house dates in Port Angeles.
If you would like to be involved please contact us using the info at the bottom of the page.
We will be having regular workshops so check out our workshop page.
Quick links to some of our successful past projects: