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Common construction methods of root cellars:  Digging down into the ground and erecting a shed or house over the cellar. Digging into the side of a hill (easier to excavate and facilitates water drainage). Building a structure at ground level and piling rocks, earth, and/or sod around and over it. This may be easier to build on rocky terrain where excavation is difficult.  Most root cellars were built using stone, wood, cement, and sod. Newer ones may be made of concrete with sod on top.

Common construction methods of root cellars: Digging down into the ground and erecting a shed or house over the cellar. Digging into the side of a hill (easier to excavate and facilitates water drainage). Building a structure at ground level and piling rocks, earth, and/or sod around and over it. This may be easier to build on rocky terrain where excavation is difficult. Most root cellars were built using stone, wood, cement, and sod. Newer ones may be made of concrete with sod on top.

Simple, low maintenance and convenient root cellar design is a way to choose natural cold storage solutions for your everyday needs. Description from lushome.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Simple, low maintenance and convenient root cellar design is a way to choose natural cold storage solutions for your everyday needs. Description from lushome.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

We decided that our little farm needed a root cellar to store our produce in.  For those unfamiliar with the term, a root cellar is an und...

We decided that our little farm needed a root cellar to store our produce in. For those unfamiliar with the term, a root cellar is an und...

Robert's Projects: Root Cellar - The wooden roof form is for sale! If interested please email.

Robert's Projects: Root Cellar - The wooden roof form is for sale! If interested please email.

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