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Crowd-funding campaign

Comrie Croft has launched a crowd-funding campaign to create the 'world's most sustainable cabin'. The prototype Kranog will be an off-grid, zero-waste, zero-carbon, moveable, eco-luxury unit sleeping 5. It's being designed and built in Scotland, comes with a certified 80+ year lifespan, sits lightly on the land, and has no mains connections and no bills!

It could mark the beginning of the end for poorly insulated static carvans and lodges, built from unsustainable materials, and which typically last for 10-15 years before ending up in a skip.
Members can get involved by sharing the campaign or joining the crowd-funder which includes opportunities to experience the kranog for a short break or holiday. Perhaps there is an ideal spot on your own land which could take a kranog?"

You can view the campaign page here...



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