Step-By-Step on How to Build a Leaf Hut

This hut is a simple design that works well enough, if you put enough leaves or other vegetation on top … Continued

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Here’s the finished frame. Note that it is free standing. The supports for the beam are a pair of forked sticks that link together to hold up the beam.
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Cover the frame with leaves, ferns, pine straw, grass or whatever you have to act as insulation.
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Start at the bottom, and work your way up. You’ll need a lot of leaves. Use a foot-and-a-half-thick layer in warm weather and two to three feet in cold weather.
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Our finished home away from home.

This hut is a simple design that works well enough, if you put enough leaves or other vegetation on top of it for weather resistance, and enough material inside the hut for warmth.