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energy efficient: Jack Ehrhardt Built Earthship For Sale - 04/25/14 03:52 AM
Jack Ehrhardt Built Earthship For Sale
Jack Ehrhardt is an advocate for sustainable living.  He builds Earthship, self-sustaining, passive solar homes made from used tires packed with dirt, cans, bottles, and other recylable materials. 
"Earthships offer freedom from utility bills and mortgages, but more than that, they reflect Jack’s independent mindset."  Ehrhardt spearheaded a project with the Hualapai Tribe in Peach Springs, Arizona.  “It was difficult, but it was good. The experience was all beneficial – school kids came down and worked on it, they did the can walls, the bottle walls, they learned about recycling, they got to do the … (6 comments)

energy efficient: Rare Earthship Home 20 Acres Energy Independent - 04/24/14 12:05 AM
 
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energy efficient: Earthships: Alternative Homes for Rural Land - 04/23/14 09:14 AM
 “Earthship” is a registered trademark of Earthship Biotecture; the primary architect is Michael Reynolds who started experimenting with this type of home in 1970.  Earthships are designed to be of sustainable architecture (using indigenous and recycled materials), to rely on natural energy sources independent from the “grid” and to be feasible for the average person with no specialized construction skills to build. 
Most of these homes are characterized by being partially sunken into the earth, having many windows, and using earth-filled tires.   Earth-filled tires, though labor intensive, have high load-bearing capacity and are fire resistant. Rural Arizona Land to Build … (0 comments)

 
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