speaker-info

Mollie Curry

MudLoveStraw

http://www.unclemud.com/

Steve Kemble and Mollie Curry run MudStrawLove. After years of developing their individual skills, they met during a natural building colloquium (Build Here Now!) at Lama Foundation, a spiritual community located in northern New Mexico. Kemble and Curry eventually moved to Asheville, North Carolina, and combined their businesses (Sustainable Systems Support and Earth Circle Natural Building) and lives to become MudStrawLove. They collaborate with other experts in the field when appropriate.

Mollie will be speaking at the North Carolina Fairs

Workshops

Check It Out!

Straw Bale Walls

Get muddy with local natural builders Mollie Curry and Steve Kemble of MudStrawLove and see how straw bales can be used for a low-cost, beautiful, eco-friendly, highly insulated construction.
Modern Homesteading Green Building

Available In:

North Carolina, Saturday 11:30-12:30 p.m., Building and Energy Stage

Red Dirt Art Sculpt and finish your home with materials from your own yard

If you have ever looked at that gorgeous red dirt in your yard and said, "I wish ...", then this hands-on activity is for you. Local earth artists Mollie Curry and Kelley Adair teach how to make beautiful, durable sculpture and plasters for your home. Children and adults are welcome. You can use the water at this workshop to wash off with, but be prepared to get dirty and have fun.
Modern Homesteading Green Building

Available In:

North Carolina, Sunday 1:00-1:30 p.m., Building and Energy Stage

Natural Paints You Can Make at Home

Learn how to find materials and make and apply gorgeous colored natural paints to your walls with local earth artists Mollie Curry and Kelley Adair.
Modern Homesteading Green Building

Available In:

North Carolina, Sunday 2:00-3:00 p.m., Building and Energy Stage