Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief

In September 2017, Hurricane Maria caused catastrophic damage and a major humanitarian crisis on the island of Puerto Rico.

Since then, Biotecture Planet Earth has been finding ways of supporting a demonstration project of a sustainable and hurricane resistant Earthship in Puerto Rico, with no government or corporate support.

PHASE 1 – February 2018: Construction of two Earthship structures with 70 international and local volunteers, knowledge transfer to encourage continuation of project and networking with Puerto Rico authorities. Phase 1 was made possible by donations and support of a large amount of individuals and organizations. Thank you!

PHASE 2 – June 2018: Integration of systems and continuation of the construction of the Puerto Rico Earthship school / community center. Click here to view the video summary of Phase 2.

PHASE 3 – January 2019: Click here to view the summary of Phase 3.

PHASE 4 – 17-29 July 2019: Be a part of our next hit in Puerto Rico! Click here to find out more!

Earthships create self-reliance and independence by integrating six basic principles and the aim is to train locals in Puerto Rico to be able to build these houses themselves and in a cost-effective way. Earthships have been built on an international basis for over 45 years by Earthship Biotecture, making the organization a pioneer in the world of self-sustainable home construction.

Donate: Help us make this project possible by donating funds to buy materials, tools and cover operational costs! Click here to find out how!
Spread the word. Help us receive donations by sharing the information and links on this page.
Contacts/Sponsors. Do you know an individual or organization that would be interested in helping us co-fund this project? We are all ears. Please contact us: info@biotectureplanetearth.com
Volunteer. Want to be a part of it? Volunteer positions for Phase 3 are now open!!! Click here to find out more!

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