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Earthship Academy Argentina: Week 4

The Earthship in Ushuaia is nearly complete.   Solar panels are on and columns to hold the poles for the two windmills are being built with cans and cement.  The evapo-transporation cell for the black water has been built outside and is now being filled with rock and soil.  On the inside of the building the second to last coat of plaster is on nearly every surface and color finish coats will begin today.

In the classroom, instructors are preparing the students for their final exam by reviewing material covered over the past month.

We are thrilled with the success of our first Global Earthship Academy and have our awesome hosts, the city of Ushuaia and all of our students to thank!  If you are interested in future Academy sessions in South America, please send an email to academy@earthship.com

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