Fairbanks Non-Profit Builds Climate Specific Home

A Fairbanks based non-profit has tapped local knowledge to build a climate specif

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ic home in Anaktuvuk Pass. The Cold Climate Housing Research Center director Jack Hebert says the project mixes 21st century technology with traditional sod house construction.

Dan Bross, KUAC – Fairbanks

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