“This is an incredible time of positive change! Time to bring traditional structures and lifeways back in new and exciting ways! Standing Rock is bringing together Indigenous led Water Protectors and Earth Warriors in profound ways, supporting the just transition to locally based and truly renewable energy sources while protecting our Water, Land, and future!
“The structure of this beautiful cordwood & cob roundhouse was built in just 9 days with an amazing crew from Shift Bristol permaculture school. Inspired by traditional Celtic British dwellings, it is a rich and earthy place to sit by the fire and re-connect to our elemental nature.
“Ever wonder what it would be like to live completely underground? Picture a beautifully built dwelling etched into the ground, used as refuge from cold winter months. This is what is known as a ‘Quiggly Hole’ or an earth lodge used by the native people of British Columbia, also known as The First Nations. Originals … Read more
Earth lodges are just as beautiful and practical now as they have been for thousands of years. The above photo and videos provide a glimpse of what living in an earth lodge is like. They’re a good example of timeless beauty that will never go out of style. An earth lodge demonstrates what can be … Read more
Specifications: Lodge = 800 sq. ft. interior, 19’ interior DIA master bedroom dome plus loft = 452 sq. ft., two 16’ interior DIA bedrooms plus lofts = 600 sq. ft., one 16’ interior DIA bath/mechanical dome = 201 sq. ft., two baths, total = 2,053 sq. ft., Footprint: 62′ x 66′ Description: Can you say … Read more
Based on ancient Native American designs, this earthbag lodge with living roof will keep you cozy and warm even in the harshest climates, because it is compact, earth-sheltered, insulated and uses wood heat. South-facing windows and skylight over the kitchen ensure ample daylighting. It can be built for about $2,000 assuming wood poles are gathered … Read more