Join EarthWalk Dwellings at the Russell Museum (home to the University of Science and Philosophy) in Waynesboro, VA to learn more about our line of MicroPerch kit homes! The event is free, and open to all ages. The presentation will be given by founder, Tim Watson, teacher and Architect since 1980, and is the visionary leader of a term called “Ecologically Restorative Design.”Emerging housing technology and care for our life support system, planet Earth, will be presented. Preview our affordable kit house designs you can assemble yourself, tie in to utility services or live in off-grid – and then connect with nature’s local ecosytems. Utility costs for tied-to-grid electric service is projected to cost $300 per year!
Earth is undergoing the most rapid change in global temperature rise known to geological science. Whether induced by people, or whatever else, it is happening. The question is, what can be done to better secure our lives and our children’s lives in the coming years? This presentation centers on a path of action toward that end. Application of emerging housing technology and care for our life support system, planet Earth, will be presented. You will be introduced to housing concepts that nurture people, and planet. You will also be introduced to affordable kit house designs by EarthWalk Dwellings.
If you feel deeply concerned about the environmental challenges you may have to face in the foreseeable future, this presentation is for you.
If you feel you want to help preserve the health of our natural environment, this presentation is for you.
If you desire to own your own small, exceptionally low energy consumption home for what is projected to cost as little as $50,000, this presentation is for you.
If you desire an extraordinary place to shelter, to obtain your own safe drinking water, and to grow your own food without dependence upon externalized energy and resource inputs, this presentation is for you.Come join with Tim and his team to explore new ideas about housing and planet care! Doors open at 6pm with light refreshments, presentation from 2:00-3:30 followed by Q&A and networking.
Location: Walter Russell Museum – University of Science and Philosophy formerly at Swannanoa Palace, 518 West Main St, Waynesboro, VA