Sustainability with solar power hybrid Earthships / Monolithic Domes

Learn how to become sustainable and live off-grid.

2-Day Seminar, Saturday and Sunday 
9AM to 4PM each day
Location to be provided when you register at:

Seminar will cover:
*Earthship construction based on Mike Reynolds concepts, combined with Monolithic domes using new materials and techniques that drastically reduce cost
*Food production of produce and protein with Aquaponics
*Thermal mass principles
*Cooling with convection draw
*Thermal mass rocket heaters
*Solar and wind power
*Water catchment
*Water recycling
*Sewage treatment
The training will be classroom time only.

You will receive Earthship volumes I, II, and III, a $75.00 value.
Fee is $100 for 2 days.
Exact location and directions will be emailed when you register at :

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  • A former member

    A former member changed the date and time from Saturday, October 13, 2012 at 9:00 AM to Saturday, October 27, 2012 at 9:00 AM

    October 12, 2012

  • Bryan

    By deviating from design by community contribution with respect for material cost, time, and soil each home would be a lab in of itself toward creating a more and more versatile model.

    October 9, 2012

  • Bryan

    It's not really a meet up so much as a seminar and not mentioning the seminar cost in the meet up notification before sign up, isn't helpful.

    Considering the wood fueled "rocket stove". abundance of
    cement, and pick up tail gate pipe bender in the photos the technology being applied isn't the best out there.

    While I am very interested in learning and contributing to the trade of building homes like this:

    The habitat for humanity model should be followed and each seminar should be requesting people join up to "barn raise" a new home /lab for which each contributor can provide their labor and skill with the expectation of the same being returned for them in the building of their home. Contracting maintenance and upkeep services (at a slightly greater than average cost) in group. Could allow for sustaining the organization and the added expense of tools and machines needed.

    October 9, 2012

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