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  • Comfort in Any Climate

    Comfort in Any Climate

Philippines Windship Finishing Hit February, 2015.

Philippines Windship Finishing Hit February, 2015.

Help the Earthship team bring it home.
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Nightly Rentals

Nightly Rentals

Unique, fully furnished homes to experience completely sustainable, off-grid living.
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Easter Island Earthship Music School

Easter Island Earthship Music School

Build a flower design Earthship to be used as a music school with free classes for local children on Easter Island.
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Earthship Academy

Earthship Academy

Extensive training in Earthship design principles, construction methods and philosophy
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Mini-Ship 9 day workshop opportunity near Melbourne

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Come along to our second exciting ‘Mini-Ship’ workshop in Victoria co-hosted by Earthship Australia and Evolved Earth this December. 

A full 9 day program will see you learning a range of skills for how to plan, design, source materials and build a small-scale Earthship inspired mini-ship which replicates the Earthship Biotecture design for recycled material passive solar thermal living.

All skills and experiences welcome – let’s learn together in a fun, safe and supportive environment how to move closer to realising our Earthship dreams!

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Earthship workshops in Seattle – Update

It’s been 3 weeks now. The progress has been slower than anticipated, as we’re still working on the tire wall, but we’ve had great work parties and made new friends. We have also been sourcing other materials as we’ve used more than we anticipated and needed to adapt as the project progressed.

We’re still focusing heavily on building with recycled & natural materials, finding creative ways to use garbage, and relying on the community to make the whole thing happen.

So far, the cost of the project is $0. Read More

Earthship permits in Australia

And Earthship Australia is live on the youtube!

First up – Martin Freney talkin plans, permits and how to go about getting your Earthship project off the ground!

More talks to come so bookmark that channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ya35qhevdxo

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Regenerative Lifestyles Tour & Retreat: September 12-14

September 12th-14th, 2014. Regenerative Lifestyles in collaboration with Earthship Biotecture will be having a weekend retreat and tour at the Greater World Community. Regenerative Lifestyles is a company co-founded by Mike Wird one of Earthship Biotecture’s first academy graduates. Along with the retreat and tour there will also be a night of music at Taos Mesa Brewing with Denver Hiphop group The Soul Pros and special guests. This is the crossroads where biotecture, urban music, art and culture meet. A rare opportunity. See flyer for more info, to register visit. http://denverearthship.com/product-category/tours/

Earthship workshops in Seattle

This is Florian from Earthship Seattle. I’m very excited to announce the first actual build to happen in Seattle!

We are inviting the community for a series of workshops where you will get to practice Earthship construction, led by a group of Earthship Academy students.

The land owner, Roxanne, is very much aligned with Earthship Seattle’s vision of raising awareness about Earthships and tackling the obstacles that stand between people in Washington state and their Earthship dream. She also intends to use it as a teaching tool for local students, so they can explore innovative ways to think about recycling and housing.

This project has just emerged on the horizon and it is really exciting to see all the interest, questions and comments that we have received on Facebook during the first 24 hours.

Now’s the time to answer all your questions around this exciting project.

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Earthship Philippines – Windship 1st Hit Recap

Recap video of the Windship construction in the Philippines to function as a typhoon resistant structure as well as a school building for the local community.  Includes interviews with the Earthship crew, volunteers, locals and partnering organizations, Earth Village Project and One Block for Batug.

 

 

Since this build last February, there has been much interest from government officials and the Department of Education to replicate the Windship design throughout the region. Read More

Australia Workshop

Earthship Australia invites you to a hands-on and informative weekend of workshops and seminars on sustainable design principles.

By the end of the weekend you will be equipped with practical experience, and a broad understanding of the challenges and processes for building and renovating alternative natural building designs in South-East Australia.

Hear from natural building experts, architects, planners, engineers, building designers and tradespeople. Then learn how to build a reciprocal roof and tyre retaining wall sculpture. By the end of the weekend, you’ll be moving bush and going off grid! Maybe not quite – but almost. Read More

Not In Your Guidebook: Earthship Lands Besides Lubaantun Maya Site in Southern Belize

Last weekend, on the very last day of the weekend long Belize Chocolate Festival, we took a shuttle bus down the mile long path to the Lubaantun Maya Site in the Toledo District of Belize.  Huge trees and greenery was pretty much all we were seeing until just before the ruins – this sign.

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Ummm.  Earthship Belize.  And the view of an odd adobe-like structure behind some brush.   What the heck is that?  There is a sign…it must be open to the public.  Maybe.  Surely there could not be attack dogs.  There is a sign!

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Building Belize’s First Earthship Alongside the Mayan Ruins

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Phil Moore | Monday, 15th October 2012 | from permaculture.co.uk

Belize’s first Earthship lies within sight of the Maya ruins of Lubaantun in the south of the country, creating a wonderful juxtaposition between ruined civilization and new ecological design

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Renegade architect Mike Reynolds and his crew began construction in March 2012. Commissioned by an ex-pat British family, the building is situated on a huge piece of land with a cacao farm, an important and popular crop in this part of the world.

Richard and Alisa arrived in Belize two years ago having lived in Scotland, Spain, and Mexico with their three children. Now settled with three dogs, three cats, and an army of chickens most of the building work is being done by locals employed from the nearby village of San Pedro Colombia. The Maya crew headed by Cessaerio were taught the ropes by Mike and his team and there are plans to use the tyres and bottle brick approach to create a rain water catchment system for the village school. Read More

Aquaponics Prototype

for Global Mobile Earthships

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