Earthship Seattle Seminar with Michael Reynolds
"Sustainable Autonomy for Everyone - S.A.F.E."
September 20, 21, 22, 2013 at McCaw Hall at the Seattle Center
Three-day multimedia hands-on Earthship Biotecture Workshop in Seattle, Washington led by internationally renown Earthship creator, Michael Reynolds. Covering a wide-range of topics, both pragmatic and philosophical, the popular sessions have been presented throughout the world, most recently in Denver, Hollywood, Sweden, Toronto and Philadelphia.
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** There is a $50 discount for students for this event. Please provide proof of your student status upon purchase or contact: [masked]
Friday: $20 - lecture (history of earthships), film presentation, and Q/A with Mike Reynolds
Saturday: $75 - seminar with Mike Reynolds and guest speakers
Sunday: $75 - seminar with Mike Reynolds and guest speakers
Friday, September 20 at 5pm is a special Earthship Movie screening.
Saturday, September 21 and Sunday, September 22begin at 10am and will be lectures by Michael Reynolds covering the Earthship principles:
• Building with Natural and Recycled Materials
• Solar/Thermal Heating and Cooling
• Solar and Wind Electricity
• Water Harvesting
• Contained Sewage Treatment
• Interior Food Production
with scheduled lunch breaks.
Nesholm Family Lecture Hall, McCaw Hall at the Seattle Center, 321 Mercer Street, Seattle, WA, 98109.
History of Earthships.
Solar/Thermal dynamics: How the Earthships heat and cool themselves, how this integrates with the structure and climate.
Custom Earthships: How to design them.
Earthship Systems: Specificdetails. Independent power, water, sewage and food production.
Earthship Disaster Relief projects around the world: How Earthships evolve by these projects.
Types of Earthships: Overview and how to start on your own.
Tire pounding hands-on session.
Friday, September 20,[masked]pm - 8pm
Saturday, September 21,[masked]am - 5pm
Sunday, September 22,[masked]am - 5pm
Earthship HQ: Jonah Reynolds [masked] |[masked]
previous event feedback: Toronto Earthship Event (September, 2012)
refunds only in merchandise or nightly rentals or future event tickets.
Earthship Seattle Team,
Earthship Biotecture incorporates permaculture principles into and around the design of the structure. It's intention is to build a home which harness's the natural elements intelligently in order to live sustainable, with minimal consumption and waste, be off the grid, and use recycled materials such as tires, bottles, and cans within the structure to maintain balance with the earth. Food production is an essential aspect of Earthship design and we invite you to attend this informative seminar to help you understand how this is possible and why it is necessary.