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White Earth teacher builds hopes on cordwood homes

Published 11/23/2009, Minnesota Public Radio/Forum Communications

A northern Minnesota school teacher will soon move into an unusual new home built of firewood logs. It’s part of an effort to create affordable, energy-efficient homes on the White Earth Indian Reservation using an old construction technique. For Bill Paulson, the cordwood home nestled in the woods near Naytahwaush is a memory of the past, and offers hope for the future.

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