1) College and University Students;
"Commitment-to-Purchase" Lists; from the participating students; of at least 10-20 cob-construction student-purchasers.
a) Selecting 5 or so, land properties to vote on, (rural-local is better).
typical land sizes from, .... .3 to 5 acres each plot.
Leaving park and community areas of at least 10% of the land area.
Example of the min. 10% park rule:
Where 20 acres = 2 acres for parks, community and recreational.
Leaving 18 acres, divided between 28 purchasers = .64 acres each
b) Voting on which property to purchase,
and allocating subdivision designers*,
including the park & community areas.
*hopefully designers can get school credits for their work.
c) Buying the land through a Title & Escrow Company.
d) Into the dirt; Beginning building, trench digging and soil tests.
e) Bulk Buying; building & garden supplies; within each cob community.
2) garden plants and seed swaps.
3) other various construction items, wheel barrows, shovels, trowels, tarps, etc.
f) Figuring out;
how to mimic the above ecological sub-division mechanism,
for older people. Persons that have left University.
Perhaps, the University Alumni,
is a good place to start,
by creating mailing lists of those interested persons.
Persons with Botanical degrees, Geological, Arts, Architecture, etc.
2) Adding a mailing list feature for Youtube.com Vlog-Publishers,
helpful in creating eco-subscriber mailing lists.
3) Creating a Cob-Construction magazine, smaller than Mother Earth News, with ecological building businesses & advertisers.
Creating many new Careers for the students,
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