Nepal Earthquake Relief Project
Biotecture Planet Earth is currently planning the construction of an earthquake resistant Earthship in Nepal in 2016
Six Nations, Canada
In Summer 2016, we plan to build an off-grid, self-sustained, home for a family living on the Six Nations Reserve, Canada
Earthship Refugee Program
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.
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.
Six Nations Project Info
In partnership with Earthship Biotecture, we are building an off-grid, self-sustained home for a family living on Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, a First Nations Reservation in Canada. Click here for all the information on this exciting project, including how to sign up and be a part of it!
Donate to Six Nations
"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” Winston Churchill.
Please consider donating to this project, your donation will go a long way. Thank you!
Toronto Earthship Lecture
Michael Reynolds will hold a Lecture For Non Profit in Toronto on 17th July 2016. All proceeds will go to the upcoming Six Nations project. Tickets are a minimum donation of CAD $25. Click here to buy tickets.
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.
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.
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