Michael Reynolds of Earthship Biotecture presents Sustainable Autonomy for Everyone.
Earthrhythm November 28, Toronto. Jane Mallett Theatre. modern knowledge.ca
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...Read More
We recognize the current and pressing nature of the Syrian refugee crisis. The German Prime Minister has stated, “If Germany can’t show a friendly face in an emergency situation, then this is not my country.”
We are proposing/planning a small city prototype that is the campus of an International Earthship Academy that teaches Syrians (alongside Europeans) how to build a city for themselves while at the same...Read More
Congratulations to all Earthship Academy students for completing their Field Study requirement by participating in the customized Earthship build that took place in Salida, Colorado this summer!
With the guidance of Michael Reynolds and the Earthship Biotecture crew, students were able to complete the building on time in a very successful and professional manner.
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The moment you pull off HWY 64 and into the Greater World Earthship Community, you immediately get a beautiful warm sense of a sustainable environment. This community consists of over 70 Earthships, completely off the grid, modern infrastructure and conventional ‘homes’. As you make your way down Gorge View towards one of the more unique Earthship homes, you will start noticing life everywhere. Birds,...Read More
In addition to the self guided tour that goes through our Earthship Visitor Center daily, we also have 2 kinds of guided tours.
Guided tours are generally reserved for groups of 10 or more, however, we can accommodate a smaller group for a minimum of $100.
1) The Guided tour through our Earthship Visitor Center includes:
Admittance to the building which is very similar to a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, packaged...Read More
"The reason tires are not considered a green building material anymore is because the technique originated in a time when there was no way to recycle tires, so they simply went to landfills. Today there are tire recycling programs all over the world. Old tires are made into new tires, and every time a tire is not recycled, it drives up the price of new tires and more raw materials must be extracted." --Cowichan...Read More
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.
November 16, 2014:
-4 C (24.8 F) Outside, +24 C (75 F) inside.
November 17, 2014:
-18 C (-1 F) outside, +18 C (64.4 F) inside at 8am
November 29, 2014:
Trapped in the Earthship by a giant...Read More
Earthship Biotecture has partnered with the University of New Mexico to offer an accredited college class in the Construction Technologies department. “Introduction to Earthship Biotecture” covers the basics of Earthshjp’s integrated design process and construction methods.
This fall we will be offering our third semester of this course. We hope to develop this partnership into full accreditation for...Read More
Take a look inside Earthship, a sustainable and self-contained green building in Taos, New Mexico and check out exclusive behind the scenes photos of our latest collection, Out Of The Blue.
One of the biggest factors in planning a shoot is finding a location that complements the story and clothing. For the Out of the Blue homepage we knew New Mexico would be the perfect backdrop; from white sands, to endless...Read More
Te Puke's Fruit of the Pacific charitable trust is spearheading a two-week project to teach Ni Vanuatu RSE workers how to build an ‘earthship' when they return home – to use as houses or safety shelters.
Earthships are a self-contained, impact-minimising land-based ‘ship' – constructed from what others throw away and designed to work in harmony with the environment, say their designers Earthship...Read More
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...Read More
New blog post on Expanded Consciousness explains why you should consider living in an Earthship.
Michael Reynolds es un líder mundial en energías renovables y arquitectura sostenible desde hace 45 años. La amplitud, la profundidad y el alcance mundial de su obra es inigualable. Michael Reynolds diseña y construye casas totalmente autosuficientes, construidas mayoritariamente con materiales naturales y reciclados.
Estas casas se llaman Earthships y se han construido en todo el mundo. Las Earthships...Read More
In more ways than we know, our lives are built on trash. If you stacked up all the world's old junkyard tires, they would reach to the moon and back. So what can we do with them all? How about building houses.
Invented by architect Michael Reynolds of Taos, New Mexico, Earthships are custom-built, off-the-grid houses built from recycled materials, like recycled bottles (pictured), aluminum cans, used tires,...Read More
"The American Dream Project" travelled around the United States on motorcycles visiting towns and communities in search of places where the American Dream is still alive. In the "Taos: Innovation" episode they visited the Greater World Earthship Community and the Earthship Academy. They spoke with Earthship Founder Michael Reynolds, Academy advisor Tom Duke and a few of the students. They also pitched in and...Read More
Mike Reynolds is featured amongst 50 people who fit the category of "extraordinary."
By: Peter Horsfield
"Sustainable, comfortable and eco-friendly. These are just a few of the words that one can use to describe the architectural wonders called “Earthships” that were designed and constructed by Mike Reynolds, an architect with an environmentalist perspective. Mike’s designs may often be regarded by many...Read More
Zur Feier des #earthday war das noch3 Team am Earthship-Festival in Köln Holweide mit gutem Essen und functional Training auch vertreten. #eatclean #traindirty #noch3 #earthday #earthship #easyearthshipcrew #cologne
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After graduating from Miami of Ohio University with a BED degree, Phil met up with Michael Reynolds high in the mountains above Taos and began a career that has lasted 23 years.
Phil is Earthship Biotecture’s top builder and has been responsible for many of the company’s innovations and evolutions throughout the years. He has built in at least 30 different countries and has lectured all over the world....Read More
Photos today mean much more than a thousand words, especially when they capture moments that changed your life! If your experience at the Earthship Academy was one of those moments and you have taken some pictures that you are willing to share with us, please send them to email@example.com and enter the best Photo contest! The winner will be granted a certificate for one night for 2 people at the Lemuria Earthship!!
With the field study coming up in Salida this summer, many of you have been asking about the next and final step to graduate from the Earthship Academy.
Are you looking for an Earthship Instructor to help point you in the right direction? I'm sure you remember Tom, don't you? Well his email is firstname.lastname@example.org and he is now officially the Independent Study advisor. You can email him about the subjects you have...Read More
Almost every person who experiences the Earthship Academy comes with a dream and leaves with a plan!
Marion Jicoulat is one of them, she is a past Academy Student who came from France to learn about Earthships and incorporate the principles and systems in a wellness center in Peru.
Meet Inti Eco Lodge:
Inti Eco Lodge is the first Lodge using Earthship Biotecture's concepts in Peru and in The...Read More
This beautifully finished global model Earthship called Waybee had its first tire pounded by the Earthship Academy students in March of 2014.
Five Academy sessions were dedicated to finish this building. The students built it themselves with the help of our talented crew. From door to doorknob, they worked at least 5 days a week for four weeks in full dedication to bring it to life.
One of the most amazing...Read More
elevation of the earthship building taking place in Salida, Colorado.
It is a customized global model Earthship split into two levels. First one consists of 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a large garage and hallway in between. As for the second level, it consists of a kitchen, a great room, a master bedroom and a large patio.
This build is considered as a field study for all of you who have done the Earthship...Read More
In an update to a story we first brought you back in November 2012, Dirt Merchant Farms, which sells organic foods like fresh farm eggs, meats and vegetables in Stagecoach, has continued to build what are known as "Earthships" on their property.
An earthship is a self-sustaining building made out of recyclable materials, like tires and glass bottles.
He says they're more durable than traditional homes made out...Read More
Andrew visits a community where recycled materials make a green home.
"The majority of hands on building will occur at the new Picuris Earthship shown in the picture below. This Global design is the highest performing Earthship and utilizes the newest components and techniques. The tires are currently finished and the bond beam is formed. It is ready to be roofed by our students.
The Eve project is set to continue and we are excited to seal up the 30 foot tall greenhouse. This...Read More
By Captn_Julz • Photos: Guillaume Beaudoin
We’re producing too much trash on a daily basis, and we don’t recycle enough. We’ve already passed that point where waste management has become a problem, and not only for the Thirld World anymore. One man had a vision more than two decades ago with a new way of building houses in a sustainable way, Michael Reynolds' idea has never been as needed...Read More
This is the outcome of Earthship Biotecture's efforts to produce a zero cost - wind resistant home in the philippines. The building was given away to a local man and his son.
In West Philadelphia, organizers use tires and earth to create an ambitious and energy-passive home
At a glance, the open-air lot at the corner of 41st and Lancaster appears to be littered with garbage—tires piled up in the northwest corner, mounds of dirt and cement mixed in with empty bottles and cans. But these familiar objects are not strewn about randomly; they have been...Read More
Four months after filling the pond with water, we have a thriving vegetable and soon, fish producing Aquaponic System in the Towers Earthship at Eathship Biotecture, Taos, NM. For those of you who initially thought that the pond looked like a “kiddy pool” and not really well integrated, take another look. It is beautiful, peaceful and serene, and producing food.
It is a joy to be working with this Aquaponic...Read More
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,...Read More
From the Earthship Towers...
Bring something for lunch to accompany this delicious fresher than fresh aquaponic salad, we will be making for everyone at the office tomorrow.
Here's what will be in it:
Big orange heirloom tomatoes
Juicy perpetual spinach
Pungent Italian parsley
Spicy sweet nasturtium flowers
Dark dinosaur kale
small Red chili peppers
It took five weeks and one volunteer army to rise this radically sustainable Alberta dwelling.
By Duncan Kinney, 30 Jan 2015, TheTyee.ca
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...Read More
The purpose of the Los Técnicos Chixot Education Center is to provide Comalapan youth with marketable skills that will enable them to be responsible citizens and entrepreneurs. Educational opportunities for teenagers and young adults in rural Guatemala are severely lacking, and this project will give them the tools they need to be competitive in the job market. The school will offer relevant educational...Read More
Earthship Academy instructor Tom Duke walks you through the Academy classroom at the Greater World Earthship Community and shows you where students have their lecture classes and do their hands-on systems labs. At the end there is a brief peek at the inside of the EVE (Earthship Village Ecologies) project.
El arquitecto estadounidense Michael Reynolds, más conocido como "guerrillero de la basura", aterrizó en Chile en noviembre de 2014 para comenzar la construcción de su segundo proyecto en sudamérica: un nuevo edificio autosustentable para la Escuela de Música de Rapa Nui, fundada por la concertista Mahani Teave y el constructor pascuense Enrique Icka.
La escuela tiene 70 alumnos y 200 en lista de...Read More
Once described as 'idiotic', new eco-friendly, self-sustaining homes are proving its critics wrong.
Taos, United States - It's a green architectural movement that took root in the desert of New Mexico some 40 years ago. That's when Michael Reynolds, 69, began experimenting with building homes out of garbage and natural materials that he called "Earthships".
"I was [called] an idiot for building out of garbage,...Read More
No Malawi, em África, resíduos foram utilizados para construir um centro comunitário sustentável – Centro Comunitário Kapita Earthship, que visa prestar serviços à população local.
O polo de apoio vai contar com estufas para produção de alimentos, sistema de captação de água da chuva e painéis solares para gerar eletricidade.
O Centro Comunitário será construído na região de Mzimba e...Read More
Earthships aren't designed to take families out of this world to explore other galaxies. But they are taking off on this planet and will soon land in Colorado Springs.
The Colorado Solar Village is seeking the greenest of the green to form a community of some of the most sustainable homes in existence, Earthships included. The goal, according to developer Dave Hatch, is for the roughly 65-home community to be...Read More