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Vermont Earthship Apprentice Learning Opportunity

By |October 3rd, 2012|

October 22-November 2, 2012.
Earthship Biotecture is looking for apprentices to join a small Earthship Crew to help finish a two-bedroom, two-bathroom new Vaulted Global Model Earthship in Vermont October 20 through November 2.
Work with veteran Earthship Builders learning the basic concepts of Earthships as well as advanced finish techniques.
Apprentices work on a voluntary basis and are responsible for their own transportation and lodging.  Camping will be available on site.
We will accept 10 apprentices on a first come, first served basis.
 The minimum time commitment is one week.


Earthship sets sail in Huntington, Vermont

By |July 30th, 2012|

HUNTINGTON — “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure” is more than an old proverb for Amitava Biswas. It is literally the foundation of a new ultra-green home that he and his wife, Phetcharat Saelim, are building into the side of a hill in rustic Huntington.

THE EARTHSHIP, A home being built in Huntington, is nestled into a berm to maximize its energy efficiency and will generate all of its own heat and electricity needs — except for a small amount from the grid to power a Jacuzzi. Independent photo/John Flowers


Disaster Relief: Flint, Michigan Water Crisis

By |February 3rd, 2016|

The current situation in Flint, Michigan is INTOLERABLE. USA today has been shedding light on the issue by posting articles and videos and photos of the people trying to get bottled water to stay alive, we need to start acting now!   As a sustainable development company with over 40 years of experience in water catchment, we […]

Media Resume

By |January 4th, 2016|

MISSION STATEMENT: To evolve the way humans live on this planet by evolving existing methods of living, home by home. To make small, believable steps toward slowing down and ultimately reversing the negative impact of human development as it relates to the Earth’s ability to continue to support life. To present these steps in a way […]

Projects & Events

By |January 3rd, 2016|

– Selected Projects over the last 40 years…    

Projects Portfolio

By |December 3rd, 2015|

Earthship Biotecture has built all over the world, in many different conditions and climates. Here is a list of the places where we have built: • Tempelhof, Germany, October 2015 • El Bolsón, Argentina, March 2015 • Music School, Easter Island, November 2014 • Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, July 2014 • Batug, Philippines, February 2014 Ushuaia, […]

Grand Central

By |November 17th, 2015|

EARTHSHIP GRAND CENTRAL is providing links to all Earthship Biotecture activities around the world. The original true “Earthship” is a “machine” developed by Michael Reynolds. It is the result of forty- five years of research and development into the biology and physics of this planet as they relate to housing vessels that are designed to […]

Outlaw: Michael Reynolds

By |December 3rd, 2012|

by Tyler Allen (from Outlaw magazine)
Twenty-five years ago. Michael Reynolds assembled progressive architectural prototypes into one seminal idea: Earthships.
Integrating solar, wind, thermal mass, rainwater harvest, gray wa- ter recycling and indoor food production, the Taos, New Mexico – based architect builds homes from re-purposed garbage. The exterior shell and interior walls are made from used tires pounded full of dirt, glass bottles and cans, stacked and mortared together with mud.


Bernie Sanders loves Earthships

By |November 7th, 2012|


Congratulations on the recent construction of your Earthship in Huntington, Vermont.

In light of growing threats posed by man-made climate change, your decision to create a home that is nearly one hundred percent sustainable is truly admirable. By using natural, everyday materials you are creating a habitat that works in unison with the environment, rather […]

Estancia, New Mexico October 2012 Update

By |October 23rd, 2012|

The Earthship crew has recently begun a new build in its headquarters’ home state.  The clients are working to begin a new life living off the grid by building a 1-bedroom global model Earthship in a small rural town outside of Albuquerque called Estancia.  Crewmembers have been called down for different stages in the building process for periods of time spanning 1-4 weeks at a time.  There have been two separate monthly groups of interns with representation from all over the United States and other countries such as New Zealand, Brazil, Mexico, Canada and the Czech Republic.  This build is scheduled for two months for completion, September-October 2012.