Building a Low‐Energy House

Our family lived in an old farmhouse for nearly 50 years. We spent

Don Laughlin is a member of West Branch (Iowa) Meeting. After release from Civilian Public Service in the 1940s, he and his wife, Lois, joined the staff of Scattergood Friends School for ten years. He also worked as a biomedical engineer at University of Iowa hospitals for 30 years. Now, his great concern is the environment and people's individual attitudes and actions. He is currently part of a co-op that makes biodiesel fuel from used cooking oil.

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