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[arcology] Fwd: CEN E-Newsletter, Fall 1999 [excerpt]

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  • Randall Hunt
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      >A NEW BAUHAUS OF ECOLOGICAL DESIGN: HANDS-ON IN ORACLE, ARIZONA
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      >The Most Comprehensive Ecological Design Program in the World
      >
      >Ecological design and sustainable architecture have been buzzwords in the
      >culture for many years now. But little has been done to prepare to help
      >students
      >build professional careers in this realm. That's changing now with the San
      >Francisco Institute of Architecture Ecological Design Master Degree
      >program and academic support in such schools as the Universities of
      >Oregon, Virginia, Washington and many private smaller educational
      >institutions.
      >
      >The SFIA is now offering the largest array of academic, technical, and
      >hands-on
      >ecological design courses in the world. Our enlarged hands-on program is
      >directed by Phil Hawes, Ph.d., architect of the Biosphere 2 and a leading
      >authority on ecologically sustainable design.
      >
      >Courses are open to all in low-cost workshop formats, short- and long-term
      >technical instruction, and intensive academic studies for Certificate or
      >Degree
      >recognition. The complete Master of Architecture program includes academic
      >work in San Francisco, comprehensive hands-on instruction in Oracle, Arizona,
      >and retrofit conversions at major architectural sites to be announced.
      >
      >Six-week comprensive courses, three-week short courses, and intensive
      >workshops
      >start September 21, 1999, in Oracle, Arizona (35 miles from Tucson) and go
      >throughout the Fall, Winter & Spring, 1999 - 2000. Courses and Workshops
      >include:
      >
      > Rammed-Earth & Adobe
      > Straw-bale
      > Renewable Energy
      > Ferro-Cement
      > Stonework
      > Basic Permaculture
      > Advanced Permaculture
      > Water and Alternative Wastewater Treatment
      > Designing with Archetypes
      > Straw-bale Greenhouse, Design and Construction
      > Eco-Village Design
      > Building a Biosphere
      > Cable-Net Structures
      > Aquaculture
      > Biointensive Gardening
      >
      >Contact the San Francisco Insitute of Architecture Information Office for
      >complete details:
      >
      >1-800-634-7779
      >Fax: 925-299-0181
      >Email: SFIA@...
      >Information Office, Box 749, Orinda, CA 94563
      >
      >
      >WHAT IS CEN?
      >
      >The Community Eco-design Network (CEN) is a nonprofit network of people,
      >organizations, and businesses interested in ecological design and
      >construction.
      >We specialize in bringing together these groups to build innovative structures
      >that showcase ecological design.
      >
      >If you want more information about the Community Eco-design Network feel
      >free to
      >contact us. We can be contacted by phone, email, or regular mail. Our WWW page
      >has more detailed information about what we do and many photographs of
      >previous
      >projects. Here's how to contact CEN:
      >
      > CEN
      > PO Box 6241
      > Minneapolis, MN 55406-6241
      > (612) 728-0496 (phone)
      > erichart@...


      >MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION
      >
      >Please consider becoming a member of the Community Eco-design Network. Your
      >financial support helps us spread the word about ecological design and
      >create a more sustainable world!
      >
      >Choose your membership level:
      >
      > ___ Basic-$25 (Benefits: newsletter)
      > ___ Enhanced Basic-$50 (Benefits: newsletter + event notification)
      > ___ Supporter-$100 (Benefits: newsletter + event notification + help
      > on your project)
      > ___ Sponsor-$1000+ (Same as supporter plus more)
      >
      >Please make your check payable to 'Community Eco-design Network' and mail
      >it and
      >the form below to:
      >
      > Community Eco-design Network
      > PO Box 6241
      > Minneapolis, MN 55406
      >
      >
      > NAME ____________________________________________
      >
      > ADDRESS _______________________________________________________
      >
      > CITY ____________________STATE _______ ZIP CODE ________________
      >
      > PHONE _____________________ EMAIL:________________________
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      Randall Hunt
      randhunt@...
      DREAM LARGE DREAMS BECAUSE SMALL DREAMS HAVE NO POWER TO INSPIRE
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