Zuni Self Sustainable Veterinary Clinic

ZUNI EARTHSHIP CONSTRUCTION WORKSHOP

1-7 DECEMBER 2019
ZUNI PUEBLO, NEW MEXICO, USA

Spend a week in beautiful New Mexico, USA learning from Earthship master builders including Phil Basehart.

The workshop will focus on:
– Plumbing the unique Earthship grey and black water systems
– Wiring and solar electrical installation
– Plastering, ceiling, interior walls and more

We need your help!

Participate:
We only have 10 spots available for this workshop! To participate:
Complete our registration page by clicking here.
– Pay the $450 mandatory donation participation fee to reserve your spot by clicking here.

Donate:
Help us raise $35,000 to finish the Zuni Self Sustaining Veterinary Clinic by donating to the cause! All donations are tax deductible.

Share and fundraise!
If you cannot donate yourself, please help us by sharing the information about this project with those who can!


Background Information:

For a long time there has been a need for a year-round fully functional veterinary clinic in the Pueblo of Zuni to take care and reduce the number of stray animals, eliminate diseases through vaccines such as rabies that can have an effect on the human population, and ensure a peaceful relationship between human and animal.

The solution:
A fully self-sustainable Earthship that will drastically reduce utility bills and provide natural heating, cooling, water and electricity is the perfect solution for the resident doctors and the community and will showcase how a fully off-grid building can be as comfortable and sophisticated as a conventional clinic building.

What has been done so far: 
In June 2018, the first phase of the construction of the new Self Sustaining Veterinary Clinic took place. During three weeks, an amazing group of volunteers, crew and local participants worked hard to construct the main structure of the Earthship, pounding over 600 tires, framing up the roof and greenhouse structure, installing ventilation tubes and rain water catchment system, finishing the roof and burying the building and much more. We are incredibly thankful for the work that was done and the support received from all individuals and organizations involved.

For questions about this project please email info@biotectureplanetearth.com.

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE THAT MADE PHASE 1 HAPPEN!
Zuni Environmental Protection Program (ZEPP)
The New Mexico Environment Department
Native American Veterinary Services
KRQE for media coverage
Earthship Biotecture and its crew
BPE crew and Board members
All generous individual donors and groups…

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