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Candace is a Tuskegee University Alumna from Chicago, IL, and a sustainable agriculture educator. She'll be sharing some of her journey with us through the Academy process this April.
Building an Earthship Encounter 1/4” model to help visualize future construction project. I used plans available on the Simple Survival app provided by Earthship biotecture. I began constructing this while quarantining at home during the Covid lock down. Finally ready to share. Enjoy!
Description of Project Earthship Inspired Restaurant and Shop located in San Ignacio, Nayarit, México. This little town is located 1 km away from the chic trendy town of Sayulita that receives tourists from all over the world. Proposed Beneficiaries The restaurant will be run by Jacqueline Topete and will give service to locals and
Earthship ́s Haiti plans under Mike ́s sketches in Uruguay combined with our plans. The staging was a little bit tough because the people in charge of the NGO got to it really late, and I think they thought it would be easier. Time was not enough for us to check every item
I was first introduced to Earthships in 2015. At the time I remember thinking they looked a bit like spaceships but didn’t give them much thought otherwise. Fast forward to 2018. I had recently closed my solar water heating business and was focused on a new business auctioning used goods. The new business was
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* To reduce the economic and institutional barriers between humans and their habitat. * To reverse the overall negative effect that conventional human housing has on this planet. * To create a less stressful plane of existence for humans in an effort to reduce the stress that they in turn place on the planet and each other. * To interface economics
MBEP’s climate change initiative lead, Ashley Gauer, learns how to build an Earthship Under any circumstances, pounding metal support rods, ramming dirt into old tires and digging trenches would be physically demanding. The dry, blazing heat of a New Mexico sun, with temperatures that can hover near triple digits, can turn the work into
Hello, I just wanted to share a photo of the children in my classroom pollinating the cucumber plant we planted 2 months ago in a bucket planter. I bring grey water from home and they water it every day. They’ve also decided to convert our old turtle tank into another “bucket” planter!