|The walls of an uninsulated cabin at Camp Latgawa near Medford, Oregon being stuffed with straw-clay.|
|Casa Chica at the Black Range Lodge, featured in issue #17 of The Last Straw. The foundation is part natural stone and part earthbags, and the building is made from straw bales, straw-clay, cob, wattle-and-daub, unmilled timber, stuff like that. Earthen floor, earthen plasters.|
This photo is from the Strawbale section.
|Gabion. A box of rocks. Mikal Jakubal used gabions as a foundation for his straw-bale vault. Go see!|