Earthship Webinars

Earthship Webinars2020-06-03T09:35:40-06:00

Upcoming Webinars

Online Earthship webinars every week. Presented by Earthship builders and engineers. Permitting, Construction, systems, movies and more. Learn and Ask questions.


Thursday, June 4, 3:00pm mdt.
Food Production & Indoor Gardening Part 2 with Plant expert, Emily Johnson

Tuesday, June 9, 11:00am mdt.
Permitting an Earthship with Earthship Garbage Warrior, Michael Reynolds

Friday, June 12, 2:00pm mdt.
The Water Organizing Module (WOM) with Earthship Plumber, Lou Maiolica

Monday, June 15, 1:00pm mdt.
Utilizing What We Have to Build What We Want with Master Earthship Builder, Phil Basehart


Thursday, June 18, 1:30pm mdt.
AMA: Ask Me Anything. Earthship Design, Construction, Concepts, Permits, How-To and more. with Earthship Biotect, Jonah Reynolds

Tuesday, June 23, 9:00am mdt.
Designing Earthships for Different Climates with Master Earthship Builder, Phil Basehart

Friday, June 26, 11:00am mdt.
Starting an Off-Grid Community with Earthship Garbage Warrior, Michael Reynolds


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Archived OnDemand Webinars

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* OnDemand does NOT include LIVE Earthship Webinars.

Super Sustainable Buildings via Thermal Dynamics & Passive Solar.

An Earthship is a type of passive solar house that is made of both natural and upcycled materials (such as earth-packed tires). Earthships can be completely off-grid or partially off-grid.

Earthships can be built in any part of the world, in any climate (with a permit) and still provide electricity, potable water, contained sewage treatment and sustainable food production.

Earthships are thermal mass homes first,
passive solar homes second.

Whatever temperature goes into an Earthship, it will hold… and since it is also a Passive Solar House, it is also very tight and interacts only with the sun and the earth for heating and cooling, providing stable comfort year round in any climate.