Dustin Wright is a student at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, where he is pursuing an interdisciplinary master’s degree in sustainable planning. He has studied sustainable building methods such as cob, strawbale, light straw clay, and clay plasters in Oregon with House Alive, and in New Mexico with Carole Crews. Dustin has a keen interest in permaculture, natural building, appropriate technologies and recycled/repurposed design. Dustin’s ultimate goal is to consult and design for eco-villages, urban centers and nonprofit organizations while running an eco-village design school focusing on natural building and permaculture. He is currently working with his wife and pets on an urban-homesteading project in Lubbock.
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