Are there any government agencies or legislators interested in earth-covered buildings?
Yes. It would help encourage them if you would drop a note about your own interest to the following people:
The Honorable Jim Wright
2459 Rayburn Office Building
Washington, D.C.20515
Dr. Maxine Savitz
Energy Research and Development Administration, Room 2252C
20 Massachusetts Avenue
Washington, D.C.20506
Mr. John F. Ahearne
Office of Energy Policy and Planning
Executive Office of the President
Washington, D.C.20500
Popular Mechanics, March 1977
PopularScience, April 1977
Underground Space Pergamon Press Inc.
Maxwell House, Fairview Park
Elmsford, New York 10523
$40.00 (included in membership in American Underground Association)
Earth Covered Buildings
Frank L. Moreland, Editor
U.S. Government Printing Office
Washington, D.C. 20402
353 pages,1976.
Request Stock Number 038-000-002864, $3.25.
A Hill House Frank L. Moreland
904 Boland
Ft. Worth, Texas 76107
$100 (includes reproductions of all technical drawings and special specifications).
Center for Energy Policy Studies
Clearing House for Earth Covered Buildings
Box 19069
Arlington, Texas 76010
Phone: 817-273-3071
I would encourage anyone interested to join the American Underground Association, c/o Department of Civil and Mineral Engineering, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455.