[Strawbale] Renew or Subscribe to TLS NOW!
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Tue Dec 5 03:55:20 CET 2006
Now is the time to renew your subscription or place a new subscription to
The Last Straw.
The international journal of strawbale and natural building has been
published since 1993 with the subscription rate of $28 for four issues (one
year) remaining the same throughout this time.
As of January 2007, the subscription rate for 4 issues of The Last Straw
will be $32 USD for North America (USA and Canada) and will remain at $36
for all other countries. This change is long overdue as postage and other
costs have been rising steadily over the years, and we need to generate
adequate income to keep up with these changes.
To renew or subscribe, contact the TLS Office in Lincoln, Nebraska, at
402.483.5135 (days, evenings and weekends) and pay by credit card. Or you
can go to the TLS web site, print out the subscription/renewal form and mail
it with your check, money order or credit card information to the GPFS/TLS,
PO Box 22706, Lincoln NE 68542-2706. Or you may fax the form with your
credit card information to 402.483.5161.
Don't Hesitate! Renew or Place Your Subscription Order Today! And please
help TLS sustain itself by becoming a Sponsor! Your donation will be greatly
If you have already renewed for 2007 or beyond, please send a generous
contribution as a Sponsor to help cover operating expenses over and above
If you live in a straw bale house or have a straw bale building, you should
be subscribing to The Last Straw to continue to support this high quality
publication - the record of the revival and development of straw bale and
natural building worldwide.
If you are planning to build a straw bale and natural building for yourself
as an owner/builder or for someone else as a professional, you should be
subscribing to The Last Straw to keep up with the latest information about
all aspects of design, construction, materials, energy systems, water and
waste management and much more!
If you believe that straw bale and natural building is a sustainable
approach to living lightly on the earth, you should be subscribing to The
If you are interested in exploring ways to improve design and construction
of all types of buildings, you should be subscribing to The Last Straw.
If you prefer, please become a Sponsor and send a generous donation in
support of this valuable and unique publication!
Joyce Coppinger, Managing Editor
The Last Straw journal
GPFS/TLS, PO Box 22706, Lincoln NE 68542-2706 USA
402.483.5135, fax 402.483.5161
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