Concrete Houses, Llamas for Learning and Growing Kiwi Fruit

A look back at a concrete house featured in a past issue of MOTHER, how llamas are helping inner city kids, and growing tropical kiwi.



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When inner-city kids meet llamas, education happens.
PHOTO: WENDY MITMAN CLARKE
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Concrete houses stay cool in summer, warm in winter, and hold up well to earthquakes.
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