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New Meetup: Sonoma Environmental Film Festival: Grandma Builds an Earthship

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Sent on: Saturday, January 3, 2009 10:25 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for The SF Bay Area Environmental Meetup Group!

What: Sonoma Environmental Film Festival: Grandma Builds an Earthship

When: January 25,[masked]:45 PM

Price: $10.00 per person

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Meetup Description: In support of the 2nd Annual Sonoma Environmental Film Festival, let's get together and watch this
environmental film! More meetup details to follow...



By Kent Gunnufson
USA, 2008, 58 min.

This inspirational story is informative and heart warming. It offers insight into one of many possibilities for our nation to achieve energy independence. It is the story of a 67 year old grandmother who builds her totally off-the-grid home, her Earthship. Pascha?s 12 year pioneering effort fought through a mountain of regulatory barriers to bring alternative (non standard) construction methods to the high Rockies. Using alternative building materials to create an energy self-sufficient home in one of the country?s harshest environments was a monumental challenge. Despite pessimistic views, Pasch refused to give up and forged ahead to achieve her mountain dream.

Following the film there will be a discussion with the filmmaker and members of the green building movement with a focus on geothermal heating and passive and solar energy.


If you are unable to attend this meetup but would like to more information about the other films in the festival, please check out the schedule online at

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