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“. . . the Earthship is the epitome of sustainable design and construction. No part of sustainable living has been ignored in this ingenious building.”

EarthRhythm Event in Toronto Nov, 2015

Michael Reynolds of Earthship Biotecture presents Sustainable Autonomy for Everyone.
Earthrhythm November 28, Toronto. Jane Mallett Theatre. modern
LES STROUD ‘SURVIVORMAN’ – PRESENTS – ‘Survivorman: Reconnecting to the Earth’
MICHAEL REYNOLDS – PRESENTS ‘Sustainable Autonomy for Everyone’
KELLY ELSON – PRESENTS – The Psychic Earth
DR. ROBERT SCHOCH – PRESENTS: Earth Rhythms and Cosmic Patterns, Solar Outbursts and Cycles of Civilization
EARTHRHYTHM is a FULL DAY Speakers and Musical Performance EVENT followed by an awesome Conscious Dance After-Party!


By |November 9th, 2015|

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Calgary, Canada Earthship Temperature Report

November 14, 2014:
Someone was asking about our temperatures at the Earthship in Calgary, Canada… We are running at +18 C (64.4 F) when it is -18 C (-1 F) and more with the wind chill.


By |July 20th, 2015|

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‘It’s a funky off-grid house:’ Take a tour of Alberta’s first official earthship

LETHBRIDGE COUNTY — In the dead of winter, in the middle of the southern Alberta prairies, the Kinneys’ Christmas dinner included juicy tomatoes freshly picked from the family’s new home.

Producing vegetables even when there’s snow on the ground isn’t the only feature that makes the Kinneys’ abode unusual.

Made of 800 recycled tires and 12,000 cans encased in mortar, the long and skinny bungalow is a radically sustainable building that offers all the comforts of a modern home without any electricity or water bills. […]

By |June 9th, 2015|

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Ultra-sustainable ‘earthship’ built in Alberta


There’s sustainable housing, and then there’s sustainable housing. The Kinney family in Southern Alberta is living the latter, in what can only be described as the MacGyver of net-zero homes.

Last summer more than 30 volunteers from around the world and a hired crew of 13 people from New Mexico helped the Kinneys build what is known as an ‘earthship’. This self-sustaining, eco-friendly home is the brainchild of Earthship Biotecture Founder and Principal Architect, Mike Reynolds. It is an off-grid living structure made primarily out of recycled materials like empty beer cans, old tires and used glass bottles. […]

By |February 10th, 2015|

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How We Built Our Earthship, an Off-grid Prairie Home

It took five weeks and one volunteer army to rise this radically sustainable Alberta dwelling.
By Duncan Kinney, 30 Jan 2015,

When you tell people you’re building an Earthship, there are two stock responses. First there are the believers. These are the people who’ve watched Garbage Warrior, twice. They want to talk design and permits and timelines. They’re into it. The other stock response is an incredulous repeating of the word back to you with a question mark attached. Earthship? […]

By |February 3rd, 2015|

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Earthship lands in southern Alberta

By Lethbridge Herald on July 23, 2014.

Nick Kuhl
Lethbridge Herald
It’s an 1,800-square-foot, three-bedroom home with an unusual floor plan and a sweeping south-facing view toward the Little Bow River out of large glass windows.
Its final cost, estimated at between $350,000 and $400,000, would be comparable to a similar-sized unit in an average Canadian urban community.
But when it’s completed in a few weeks, Glen and Dawn Kinney’s soon-to-be retirement house, located about 70 kilometres from Lethbridge and 30 kilometres east of Carmangay, will basically run itself.
The home, called an earthship for its design, will maintain a consistent temperature of between 19 C and 22 C year-round, with no added heating or cooling, and have a of cost of only about $150 per year for utilities.
The back wall was constructed with more than 800 tires encased in mortar to create thermal mass, while the side walls, with a similar concept, utilized more than 12,000 beer cans. […]

By |August 4th, 2014|

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Earthship Conference with Michael Reynolds

The genius behind Earthships, Michael Reynolds, is speaking at our conference in Montreal on June 15th & 16th.
On the first day, Michael will speak about the world’s must affordable, energy efficient and sustainable homes in the world, at the Sheraton Hotel. From 9AM to 5PM
On the second day, a bus will bring everyone to the Valhalla land for some hands-on experience to build Earthships. From 9AM to 1PM
In order to keep tickets as affordable as possible (It’s the cheapest Michael Reynolds event in years!!), we didn’t include accommodations or lunch for the event.


By |May 20th, 2013|

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British Columbia Earthship for Sale

Huge Price Reduction! 160 acre, private lake, Earthship home for sale in Chilcotin area, British Columbia.$375,000
Must Sell: Price Reduced from $575,000! Will show comparable properties & how great a deal this is.


By |January 18th, 2013|

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Earthships Invade Canada

With the reelection of Barack Obama, Canadians won’t have to fend off an invasion of disgruntled American liberals any time soon. But the Earthship invasion of our neighbor to the north, it seems, is already in full swing.
This deep-green, low-tech brand of building — which originated in UFO-prone New Mexico — makes extensive use of earth-packed tires as building blocks, along with various other forms of refuse and natural materials. It is the brainchild of architect  Michael Reynolds, who characterizes it as a “radically sustainable” method of home building. The Earthship method incorporates about 45 percent recycled materials, and relies largely on the sun for heat.


By |November 12th, 2012|

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Manitoba Earthship – September Update

from the Manitoba Earthship Project   A friend reminded me recently that our website could use a little updating – and so here I will attempt an update on the highlights from August – September in one post with a promise to improve my posting skills in the future. First let me say that we (Kris & Nicole) have experienced the best and most busy summer of our lives. Building your own Earthship is wild – tons of work, research, planning, debating, checking & double-checking, and crossing of fingers. I would only recommend doing this yourself if everyone who will live in the home is fully committed, on the same page, and ready for some sacrifice.


By |October 12th, 2012|

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