Eco Brick Campaign 2014 with Upcycle Santa Fe
A New Way to Eco Brick: The Eco Carton
SA 2014 Part 2: The 3rd Annual Trash to Treasure Festival
Herein is the second round of photos from my journey to South Africa two weeks ago for the 3rd Annual Trash to Treasure Festival.
The price of admission to the Festival was one eco-brick – a plastic bottle stuffed full of waste plastics – which could then be placed into a wall of the outdoor classroom that is being built at the Greyton Green Park.
It was a huge milestone for us to see this vision realized at the Festival this year; people gathering and containing the plastic waste of their community and dumping site and utilizing it immediately as a building material.
– Jo Stodgel 4/30/14
First Eco Bricks Laid for the Green Park Rondavel
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Thank you so greatly to everyone who has supported this mission of mine to pursue this fellowship with The DO School and become a better educator, entrepreneur, artist, ecological designer, musician, and holistic scientist. I have been celebrating my 6 1/2th birthday here in Brooklyn for the last two days and today I was filled with such an excitement for the gift of being alive and having so much to share with my community. I am so stoked to be here in the face of so much opportunity with you all, and with my new-found fellows from all over the world – 18 young change-makers from 16 different countries and chosen from more than 1000 people who applied.
The work that I started in South Africa has taken on a mind and life of it’s own, what…
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