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Earthship Seattle Visitor Center Fundraiser Dance Party

Earthship Seattle and Uniting Souls are proud to bring you: EARTHSHIP

On June 9th 2017 we will celebrate life and sustainability at this fundraiser event. Earthship Seattle has joined forces with the Cascadia Now! Non profit organization for a 501c3 sponsored project. We are raising the money to build a Global Model Earthship here in Seattle to be used as a visitor center. Earthships are radically sustainable off grid homes that are made from repurposed materials. If you don’t know what an Earthship is exactly, you will by the end of the night. We will have a packed line up of your favorite local DJ’s in the main room. In addition to some great music, we will be highlighting art that is made from trash in the small room. There will be informational booths for you to learn more about Earthships and Biotecture. Also you will pick up the skill of turning your own trash into building materials.

Several times throughout the night you will notice models on the main stage wearing the latest in trash fashion. We encourage you to wear your favorite upcycled fashion as well. There will be a contest/prize for the best item.

The proceeds from this night’s event will go into the fund to complete our mission of building this visitor center.

The Lineup:
James Sorrell & Mr. Linden B2B Tribal Tech set
Ramiro
Buckmode
Rob Noble
Julie Herrera

DJ bios and Soundcloud mixes on https://www.facebook.com/events/419759591722716/

Recycled art in the back room:
Roxanne and the Seattle Trash Studio
Emma Jones and her plastic bottle wizardry
Jodi Meadows with Trash Fashion
Krista Lee Wolf


Silent Auction & Movie Screening

Earthship Seattle and Cascadia Now! have joined forces to build a living breathing Earthship in the city of Seattle. With 501c3 sponsorship we are going to embark on the journey of fundraising, permitting, and building a Global Model Earthship to be used as a visitor center. If you want to learn more about what an Earthship is, this is a great opportunity to do just that. We will be screening an entertaining documentary about an Earthship build. We are gathering donation items that will be auctioned off at the screening. If you are interested in donating a tax-deductible item for the auction please let us know. All of this fun is taking place at a favorite watering hole and community gathering place the Rebar. There will be a full bar for your drinking pleasure. We look forward to sharing our passion with you.

www.earthshipseattle.org
https://www.cascadianow.org/

-Here are some of the items that will be auctioned off:
-Art by James Hartnett
-Roxanne’s Repurposed Yard Art Animals
-Music by Uniting Souls Project & 2 tickets to the first boat party of the season
-Massage gift Certificate by Bodywise Massage
-A case of Girl scout cookies
-3 months of guest list plus one at Soft Option
-Swag from Cascadia Now!
-2 Tickets to the Shameless Memorial Day party
-2 Tickets to YoYo Yoga at Decked Out
-A beautiful collection of Monster Art by Rebecca West
-2 tickets to Drop & some music
-A package of 3 personal yoga classes by Angela Pike
-A box of Organic, Gluten Free, & Dairy Free Chocolates from Cheshire Chocolates.

 


Free Earthship workshops — Spring 2017

Here’s a tentative list of the upcoming free Earthship workshops at the Earthship Trash Studio site in Seattle (Columbia City neighborhood).

April 7th (Friday) from 1pm to 3pm
April 9th (Sunday) from 1pm to 4pm

More dates to be added later…

Please RSVP on Facebook or Meetup using the links below.

Click here to RSVP on Meetup.
Click here to RSVP on Facebook.

Adventure Cat visiting

If you’re new to all this, then keep reading:

The Trash Studio is an Earthship inspired tool shed which will act as the first demonstration of Earthship principles in Seattle.

It’s the first step toward showing the community and the local authorities that you can build cheap, super sustainable buildings that reuse trash and turn it into beautiful healthy buildings for the future.

This first project is critically important because it’s also acting as a test which will eventually help people in the greater Seattle area know how to design for our climate and how to get building permits for Earthships.

The building will also be used to demonstrate and teach sustainability and Permaculture in the years to come.

The Trash Studio is not a full on Earthship. An Earthship is a set of 6 principles: building with recycled and natural materials, passive heating and cooling, rain water harvesting, renewable electricity production, in door food production, and contained sewage treatment.

The Trash Studio is not implementing the Earthship principles about electricity, food, or sewage. It’s partially implementing the Earthship principles of passive heating and cooling, and rain water harvesting. It is implementing to an extreme the Earthship principle about recycled and natural materials. As a matter of fact, we have used absolutely no money on the build so far, and instead have been relying on volunteer work, various local gift economy networks, and creativity to turn trash into building materials.


Free Earthship workshops — February 2017

Here’s a tentative list of the upcoming free Earthship workshops at the Earthship Trash Studio site in Seattle (Columbia City neighborhood).

February 3rd (Friday) from 11am to 4pm
February 5th (Sunday) from 10am to 4pm
February 9th (Thursday) from 11am to 4pm
February 11th (Saturday) from 10am to 4pm

More dates to be added later…

Please RSVP on Facebook or Meetup using the links below.

Click here to RSVP on Meetup.
Click here to RSVP on Facebook.

Bottle wall

Bottle wall

If you’re new to all this, then keep reading:

The Trash Studio is an Earthship inspired tool shed which will act as the first demonstration of Earthship principles in Seattle.

It’s the first step toward showing the community and the local authorities that you can build cheap, super sustainable buildings that reuse trash and turn it into beautiful healthy buildings for the future.

This first project is critically important because it’s also acting as a test which will eventually help people in the greater Seattle area know how to design for our climate and how to get building permits for Earthships.

The building will also be used to demonstrate and teach sustainability and Permaculture in the years to come.

The Trash Studio is not a full on Earthship. An Earthship is a set of 6 principles: building with recycled and natural materials, passive heating and cooling, rain water harvesting, renewable electricity production, in door food production, and contained sewage treatment.

The Trash Studio is not implementing the Earthship principles about electricity, food, or sewage. It’s partially implementing the Earthship principles of passive heating and cooling, and rain water harvesting. It is implementing to an extreme the Earthship principle about recycled and natural materials. As a matter of fact, we have used absolutely no money on the build so far, and instead have been relying on volunteer work, various local gift economy networks, and creativity to turn trash into building materials.


Free Earthship workshops — Fall 2016

Here’s a tentative list of the upcoming free Earthship workshops at the Earthship Trash Studio site in Seattle (Columbia City neighborhood).

September 20th (Tuesday) from 11am to 3pm
September 25th (Sunday) from 11am to 4pm
September 26th (Monday) from 10am to 4pm
September 27th (Tuesday) from 10am to 4pm
October 4th (Tuesday) from 10am to 4pm
October 5th (Wednesday) from 10am to 4pm — CANCELLED
October 7th (Friday) from 10am to 4pm
October 8th (Saturday) from 10am to 1pm
October 12th (Wednesday) from 10am to 3pm
October 13th (Thursday) from 10am to 3pm
October 15th (Saturday) from 10am to 4pm — CANCELLED
October 16th (Sunday) from 10am to 4pm
October 18th (Tuesday) from 10am to 3pm
October 24th (Monday) from 10am to 3pm
October 25th (Tuesday) from 10am to 3pm
October 27th (Thursday) from 10am to 3pm — CANCELLED
October 28th (Friday) from 10am to 3pm
October 29th (Saturday) from 10am to 3pm
November 1st (Tuesday) from 10am to 3pm
November 2nd (Wednesday) from 10am to 2pm
November 3rd (Thursday) from 10am to 3pm
November 5th (Saturday) from 12pm to 4pm
November 7th (Monday) from 10am to 4pm
November 8th (Tuesday) from 10am to 4pm — CANCELLED
November 11th (Friday) from 10am to 4pm

November 18th (Friday) from 11am to 4pm

More dates to be added later…

Please RSVP on Facebook or Meetup using the links below.

Click here to RSVP on Meetup.
Click here to RSVP on Facebook.

Bottle wall

Bottle wall

If you’re new to all this, then keep reading:

The Trash Studio is an Earthship inspired tool shed which will act as the first demonstration of Earthship principles in Seattle.

It’s the first step toward showing the community and the local authorities that you can build cheap, super sustainable buildings that reuse trash and turn it into beautiful healthy buildings for the future.

This first project is critically important because it’s also acting as a test which will eventually help people in the greater Seattle area know how to design for our climate and how to get building permits for Earthships.

The building will also be used to demonstrate and teach sustainability and Permaculture in the years to come.

The Trash Studio is not a full on Earthship. An Earthship is a set of 6 principles: building with recycled and natural materials, passive heating and cooling, rain water harvesting, renewable electricity production, in door food production, and contained sewage treatment.

The Trash Studio is not implementing the Earthship principles about electricity, food, or sewage. It’s partially implementing the Earthship principles of passive heating and cooling, and rain water harvesting. It is implementing to an extreme the Earthship principle about recycled and natural materials. As a matter of fact, we have used absolutely no money on the build so far, and instead have been relying on volunteer work, various local gift economy networks, and creativity to turn trash into building materials.


Free Earthship workshops in August

Here’s a tentative list of the upcoming free Earthship workshops at the Earthship Trash Studio site in Seattle (Columbia City neighborhood).

August 11th (Thursday) from 11am to 4pm
August 13th (Saturday) from 11am to 3pm
August 18th (Thursday) from 11am to 4pm
August 20th (Saturday) from 11am to 3pm
August 22nd (Monday) from 11am to 3:15pm — CANCELLED

August 23rd (Tuesday) from 11am to 3pm
More dates to be added later…

Please RSVP on Facebook or Meetup using the links below.

Click here to RSVP on Meetup.
Click here to RSVP on Facebook.

Bottle wall

Bottle wall

If you’re new to all this, then keep reading:

The Trash Studio is an Earthship inspired tool shed which will act as the first demonstration of Earthship principles in Seattle.

It’s the first step toward showing the community and the local authorities that you can build cheap, super sustainable buildings that reuse trash and turn it into beautiful healthy buildings for the future.

This first project is critically important because it’s also acting as a test which will eventually help people in the greater Seattle area know how to design for our climate and how to get building permits for Earthships.

The building will also be used to demonstrate and teach sustainability and Permaculture in the years to come.

The Trash Studio is not a full on Earthship. An Earthship is a set of 6 principles: building with recycled and natural materials, passive heating and cooling, rain water harvesting, renewable electricity production, in door food production, and contained sewage treatment.

The Trash Studio is not implementing the Earthship principles about electricity, food, or sewage. It’s partially implementing the Earthship principles of passive heating and cooling, and rain water harvesting. It is implementing to an extreme the Earthship principle about recycled and natural materials. As a matter of fact, we have used absolutely no money on the build so far, and instead have been relying on volunteer work, various local gift economy networks, and creativity to turn trash into building materials.


Free Film Showing of Garbage Warrior!

Garbage Warrior

Garbage Warrior


Earthships are a radically sustainable form of building that incorporates many principles such as using trash to build, thermal mass heating, and on-site food production. There are Earthships all over the world, in all climates, but none close to Tacoma – yet.

Join us for a FREE movie screening of the documentary Garbage Warrior to learn more about Earthships and their founder, Mike Reynolds. . Plus, there will be builders available in the audience to talk about a potential site in this region.


Free Earthship workshops in May & June

Here’s a tentative list of the upcoming free Earthship workshops at the Earthship Trash Studio site in Seattle (Columbia City neighborhood).

May 28th (Saturday) from 11am to 3pm
June 2nd (Thursday) from 10am to 1pm
June 4th (Saturday) from 11:30am to 4pm
June 6th (Monday) from 11am to 4pm
June 11th (Saturday) from 11am to 4pm
June 12th (Sunday) from 11am to 4pm
June 13th (Monday) from 11am to 3pm
June 21st (Tuesday) from 11am to 3pm — CANCELLED

June 22nd (Wednesday) from 11am to 3pm

That’s it for June, next one should be around July 7th.

Please RSVP on Facebook or Meetup using the links below.

Click here to RSVP on Meetup.
Click here to RSVP on Facebook.

mlk party

If you’re new to all this, then keep reading:

The Trash Studio is an Earthship inspired tool shed which will act as the first demonstration of Earthship principles in Seattle.

It’s the first step toward showing the community and the local authorities that you can build cheap, super sustainable buildings that reuse trash and turn it into beautiful healthy buildings for the future.

This first project is critically important because it’s also acting as a test which will eventually help people in the greater Seattle area know how to design for our climate and how to get building permits for Earthships.

The building will also be used to demonstrate and teach sustainability and Permaculture in the years to come.

The Trash Studio is not a full on Earthship. An Earthship is a set of 6 principles: building with recycled and natural materials, passive heating and cooling, rain water harvesting, renewable electricity production, in door food production, and contained sewage treatment.

The Trash Studio is not implementing the Earthship principles about electricity, food, or sewage. It’s partially implementing the Earthship principles of passive heating and cooling, and rain water harvesting. It is implementing to an extreme the Earthship principle about recycled and natural materials. As a matter of fact, we have used absolutely no money on the build so far, and instead have been relying on volunteer work, various local gift economy networks, and creativity to turn trash into building materials.


Earthship community get-together on May 5th!

Join us to learn about Earthships, meet people interested in sustainable living and building, and get involved!

We are excited to bring people together, new and old. Bring a dish you enjoy and a friend if you like!

Taos Mesa Brewery

Taos Mesa Brewery

Timeline:
7:00 Arrive
7:20 Eat and Greet
7:45 Intro to Earthship Seattle
8:00 Video about Earthships (changing monthly)
8:30 Volunteer Opportunity Sign Up and Questions
9:00 Head home or stay and mingle!

If you have any questions, please reach out to Sophie Suberman via Meetup or Facebook!

Click here to RSVP on Facebook!
Click here to RSVP on Meetup!


Free Earthship workshops in April

Here’s a tentative list of the upcoming free Earthship workshops at the Earthship Trash Studio site in Seattle (Columbia City neighborhood).

April 18th (Monday) from 11am to 3pm
April 23rd (Saturday) from 11am to 3pm
April 27th (Wednesday) from 11am to 3pm
April 29th (Friday) from 11am to 3pm

Please RSVP on Facebook or Meetup using the links below.

Click here to RSVP on Meetup.
Click here to RSVP on Facebook.

mlk party

If you’re new to all this, then keep reading:

The Trash Studio is an Earthship inspired tool shed which will act as the first demonstration of Earthship principles in Seattle.

It’s the first step toward showing the community and the local authorities that you can build cheap, super sustainable buildings that reuse trash and turn it into beautiful healthy buildings for the future.

This first project is critically important because it’s also acting as a test which will eventually help people in the greater Seattle area know how to design for our climate and how to get building permits for Earthships.

The building will also be used to demonstrate and teach sustainability and Permaculture in the years to come.

The Trash Studio is not a full on Earthship. An Earthship is a set of 6 principles: building with recycled and natural materials, passive heating and cooling, rain water harvesting, renewable electricity production, in door food production, and contained sewage treatment.

The Trash Studio is not implementing the Earthship principles about electricity, food, or sewage. It’s partially implementing the Earthship principles of passive heating and cooling, and rain water harvesting. It is implementing to an extreme the Earthship principle about recycled and natural materials. As a matter of fact, we have used absolutely no money on the build so far, and instead have been relying on volunteer work, various local gift economy networks, and creativity to turn trash into building materials.