Hello there one and all! Terraeden Biotecture is putting on another start to finish build workshop down here in dusty Australia. This time we are doing a small scale, Earthship inspired studio build. Perfect for those of you who are new to biotecture and want to learn how to build something that is achievable on a small scale with a small budget. You will get practical experience in biotecture skills such as building with natural and recycled materials as well as thermal/solar heating and cooling. On top of that, there will be onsite lectures covering:
Our people here at Earthship Seattle are busy bees. We’re working on promoting and coordinating the upcoming Earthship Seminar in Seattle with Mike Reynolds on September 20, 21, 22. We’re also distributing flyers, contacting local media to inspire them to do stories on Earthships, designing posters and t-shirts, running movie screenings and meetings, and we are about to build a WOM (Water Organization Module), as well as gathering information on building permits, etc. Read More
With the snow-capped Sangre de Cristo mountains in the background, Michael Reynolds talks to a TV crew from Argentina. The crew tours the Phoenix Earthship which has a lush jungle growing despite the frigid outside temperature. The crew is stunned by the temperature difference between the outside and the interiors of the Earthships. Ron Sciarrillo explains some of the recycled building
materials and shows the aquaponics system in the Earthship Visitor Center. In Spanish and some English.
Earthship Biotecture will be host a benefit seminar Sunday (Aug. 18) for those interested in learning more about building while aiding a good cause.
The Earthship workshop is 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Taos Mesa Brewery.
The event will comprise of an all-day seminar with Mike Reynolds, Phil Basehart and the Earthship staff and crew. This will be followed by live music at 7 p.m. and other activities such as a raffle and family events. Read More