Sustainable Natural Micro-Farming

Structural Integrity

The floor was the first area of attention. Despite being loosely filled in with the construction debris, it was far from even or solid. Wheelbarrow loads of dirt were removed from the concrete half of the structure. To finish off the floor, we used many wheelbarrow loads of rough sand which had been sitting in the rear of the property forever. It was also used to fill in holes on the concrete side as well.

Next, attention was turned to the walls, or what remained of them. They had gaps and were not stable in a few places. Some rough masonary work remedied most of it, and made it good enough for the non-load-bearing role that it would have going forward.

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