Bucket by bucket, a hempcrete house is being constructed by volunteer labour in a small New South Wales town to provide an accessible and clean-air environment for triplets with muscular dystrophy.

The Read family of Canowindra in central-west New South Wales has been overwhelmed by help from friends, community members and complete strangers.

“It’s pretty humbling and pretty exciting at the same time,” said Jemimah Read, mother of the triplets and with her husband Ben, owner of the project dubbed the ‘Miracle’ house.

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