We build houses and schools using revolutionary Earthbag technology, and teach others to do the same.

Our mission is to build with the earth, not against it. Using the soil from under peoples's feet we help villagers in developing countries build disaster-resistant, affordable and eco-friendly homes and schools, and teach an emerging class of builders, architects and engineers to build safely and sustainably. 

march 2017 breakthrough:

our earthbag design and protocols have been approved and published by nepali FEDERAL government, Department of Urban Development and Building Construction (DUDBC).

for the first time Earthbag technology is officially approved as a standard and recommended building method at the federal level and offered as an option to millions of victims given government aid ($3,000) to rebuild

download the full catalog here: dudbc-design-catalog-vol2.pdf

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HIGHLIGHTS

In partnership with Anna University, India, we have built an Earthbag Meeting Center on the campus and taught Earthbag building to Anna engineering students.

In partnership with Anna University, India, we have built an Earthbag Meeting Center on the campus and taught Earthbag building to Anna engineering students.

Delivered keynote addresses at International Earthbag Conferences in India, attended by 650.  

Delivered keynote addresses at International Earthbag Conferences in India, attended by 650.  

Receiving an award from Prime Minsiter Oli of Nepal for "Best Rural Design" in a competition organized by Nepal Engineers Association

Receiving an award from Prime Minsiter Oli of Nepal for "Best Rural Design" in a competition organized by Nepal Engineers Association

We are honored that the Earth Institute has published an article "Harnessing Soil to Rebuild Rural Nepal" in their "News from the Earth Institute" online publication. Read the article Here

We are honored that the Earth Institute has published an article "Harnessing Soil to Rebuild Rural Nepal" in their "News from the Earth Institute" online publication. Read the article Here

Our Earthbag Technical Report was published by the Nepal Engineers’ Association (NEA).   Publication of this report bolsters our efforts in other countries such as India, where an Earthbag training project has just started. Read Full report Here.

Our Earthbag Technical Report was published by the Nepal Engineers’ Association (NEA).  

Publication of this report bolsters our efforts in other countries such as India, where an Earthbag training project has just started. Read Full report Here.

Presenting Earthbag technology to the Minister of Education

Presenting Earthbag technology to the Minister of Education

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