Following our cultural traditions, leaving a small footprint on Mother Earth is a priority for us.  Our founders made an early committment to explore and utilize as many alternative energy sources and conservation practices that are practical in our remote geographic location .  

 

We welcome and have hosted students, researchers and “green thinkers" from around the world who want to study our model to learn what does and does not work in our part of the country.

 

Our workshops and extensive resource library offer educational opportunities for our community members to learn more about what they can do in their own homes or businesses. 

 

  • Solar power and wind generators

  • Geothermal heating and cooling

  • Xeriscaping, native plants, trees 

  • Water conservation cachement system 

  • Solar showers for outdoor campers

  • Recycling

  • Strawbale and recycled building materials

GREEN LIVING MODEL

Solar Energy
Solar Energy
Green Energy
Green Energy
Making a small foot print
Making a small foot print
We are featured in documentary
We are featured in documentary
Solar shower for outdoor campers
Solar shower for outdoor campers
Wind Generator
Wind Generator
Gardening for Food Sovereignty
Gardening for Food Sovereignty
Generator
Generator
Water cachement
Water cachement
Alternative energy for remote living
Alternative energy for remote living