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Earth Tech. is about technologies that are earth friendly or are reflect the use of natural systems. The hope is to empower you and provide a forum where you can develop your ideas, form research and development groups and launch new enterprises.

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Eduen - Putting U in the middle of Eden

Dome it! is actually part of the Eduen Federation - a collection of sustainable companies, technologies, individuals and innovations working together under one umbrella. Eduen - Putting U in the middle of Eden.

The idea is to build experiential, ecological teaching villages around the world. Each village will have some of the same components like dome/gardens and waste mangement facillities, but they will differ depending on which services each location can bare. Eduen has a buffet of alternative health and energy choices to consider when community planning.

Here is the initial vision for the first 33 acre Eduen slated for Gresham, Oregon.

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Vision for Earth Tech 1 Reply

I believe that by working with and respecting natural processes and cycles new technologies can be developed for the common good.  Some of these technologies exist already and some are being…Continue

Started by Russell F Cowgill. Last reply by John Francis Jun 7, 2011.

Four World Councils “Heritage Ambassador Team” for Native Am Community Festivals at NC/PA/MD/VA Geography with a Children’s Festival add-on ? 7 Replies

  Today, I did a quick internet search in my Virginia community to see how many “Native American Community Festivals” takes place in our region ! I must say I am startled at The amzing strong…Continue

Started by waldenthree coordinator. Last reply by Denise Martin Aug 9, 2010.

Dome it! for fresh foods 10 Replies

Our consciousness is directly related to our consumption and our consumption dictates business and politics on the planet. By eating fresh, whole, locally grown foods we can get closer to spirit and…Continue

Tags: eating, healthy, foods, fresh, domes

Started by Denise Martin. Last reply by Denise Martin Jun 22, 2010.

Make it Yours

There are so many things we can discuss and I fully intend for us to bring as much variety into the conversation as possible, at the same time, I know that there are areas of interest that you want…Continue

Started by Russell F Cowgill Jan 23, 2010.

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Comment by Denise Martin on July 23, 2010 at 9:11am
Waldenthree has some valid points about community outreach. Dome it! is aware of the disconnect between Cyberspace and Soil. Our hope is to start shifting our cultural eating disorder by information distribution via the internet. We then capture those people to become active in our online community, supporting one another in more conscious consumption. On the local front we engage communities through the physical dome/garden projects we are gifting and the community process of interviewing perspective schools for dome/gardens.Our local PixelGigs sales teams can work with their school districts to raise funds for them individually. We also have some state-of-the-art cloud braodcasting capabilities that will allow us to blanket a community with our content, while we seek to embrace them in our process. Community TV has such a small, scattered following, that I'm not sure that I agree that it is energy well spent. We are looking for a mainstream Reality TV presence to bridge the gap between Cyberspace and Soil. Together, through this discussion we will create the best portal for community outreach and reach in!!!
Comment by Russell F Cowgill on July 23, 2010 at 8:12am
HRL 2010 1 pg.pdfThat may be a bit small so here is a pdf
Comment by Russell F Cowgill on July 23, 2010 at 8:11am
I want to extend an invitation to the Goodenough Community's 41st annual Human Relations Laboratory this year the topic is Friendship: Concentrated Compassion.

Comment by waldenthree coordinator on July 23, 2010 at 7:59am
I have seen your vision, but not sure how you plan to empower via 'community' connection in your own community where you are located first ?

You may wish to think about leveraging 'community tv media' to internet. Internet alone has a major drawback , it is not consistent with the human evolutionary heritage of small groups that is a part of human biology and dictates our cultural preferences. "Nature vs Nurture' still needs to be incorporated in any design to empower individual, family and community. If you don't then it is just another one of those 'political' process that hinges on mass thinking. in reality. To master the use of 'community tv media' takes time to do as to become a proficient electrical engineer or a scientist, first one has to make the commitment to get an engineering or science degree !

I have to see how you are planning to outreach the 'human resource' in your own geography first before you reach out to the whole world as you seem to be trying to do via a mass thinking process as is internet media . More clarity ?
Comment by waldenthree coordinator on July 23, 2010 at 5:36am
Vision for Earth Tech ?

Your comment: Some of these technologies exist already and some are being develope…

Discussion: "Technology Innovation' is not a one dimenstional process. Tools, knoweldge, scial capital are key elements to develop 'virtual teams' for execution to (1) reduce health cost (via innovation) and (2) reduce energy cost (via innovation). The Stimulous Package (SP) grants were publically announced six months ago to state agencies to execute (1) and (2) via Private Public Partnership (PPP).

Connect "Vision for Eath Tech" to SP-PPP via actionable knowledge ?
Comment by Denise Martin on July 20, 2010 at 5:29pm

Dome it! has partnered with PixelGigs - "Community Outreach via Cyberspace and Soil." We will have a greenhouse dome booth at the Ecopalooza event in Portland on August 7th and streaming video of Mark Olmstead performing Breaking Bad Habits. Please join us on soil or in cyberspace.

Comment by Denise Martin on July 16, 2010 at 8:00pm
Dome it! has snagged our first corporate partner. The blessings keep flowing. Please find us at Ecopalooza in Fernhill Park in Portland, OR on August 7th. More info coming.
Comment by Denise Martin on July 15, 2010 at 5:27pm
Dome it! is taking on sponsors. We will be launching our press releases for our presence at Ecopalooza on August 7th. Please join us there. Check it out: http://www.Ecopalooza.org
Comment by Tia Night Eagle on July 15, 2010 at 1:01am
The idea is to build experiential, ecological teaching villages around the world. Each village will have some of the same components like dome/garden............. And add live video feed and learning of the technologies that could be accessed by any school............ part of my vision...
Comment by RasNathan on July 11, 2010 at 11:57am
Way to go carol .Good post!
 

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