Earthquake Relief Project

After the last devastating earthquakes in the Nepal region, Biotecture Planet Earth is investigating ways of demonstrating and teaching about the construction of earthquake resistant buildings in these areas.

First Nations Housing

In Summer 2016, Biotecture Planet Earth organized the construction of the first Earthship home for a family in need in a First Nations territory in Canada, acknowledging the housing crisis in First Nations territories all over North America.

Earthship Refugee Program

Future project: We are proposing a small city prototype that teaches refugees how to build a city for themselves while at the same time demonstrating to the world a sustainable approach to living that uses no infrastructure and no fuel.

The Haiti Earthship Project

Help us finish the construction of this hurricane resistant community center in Haiti! We are fundraising now for our 2017 hit!

Building stronger, more resilient and economic structures in a place where natural disasters are likely to strike again, and to give people the power and education to help themselves and the ability to help others.

The Haiti Earthship Project

The Haiti Earthship Project
Biotecture Planet Earth supports this ongoing project in Haiti, which is just getting ready for its next hit in 2017. Click here to find out more!

Six Nations, Canada

Six Nations, Canada
We completed this project in July 2016 but are still looking at further working with First Nations territories in Canada. Please donate or contact us for more information.

Earthquake Disaster Relief

Earthquake Disaster Relief
Biotecture Planet Earth is currently assessing how to support earthquake affected areas like Nepal in the future. Click here to find out more.

Our Mission

Our Mission
Expanding the use of affordable, sustainable buildings and homes throughout the world and for educating the public about the architecture, construction and maintenance of those buildings and homes.

Our Proposal

Our Proposal
We are asking for land (1/2 acre at least), to be able to build on the land, and $15,000 in funding for start-up costs in materials – We will provide the rest (labor, design, construction, etc.

Get Involved

Get Involved
To provide an off-grid alternative that is far less risky and less dangerous should future disasters occur. To feed the hunger for change and provide alternatives to those in need