We are pleased to be Renogy‘s Solar Ambassador to the Florida Tiny House Festival November 18-20th at the St. Augustine Fairgrounds!
It is our pleasure to provide tours of the zero-waste, all clean solar powered Silver Bullet Tiny House. Take your shoes off, bring your sense of humor and meet Vera Struck, who designed and built a simple, off-grid, sustainable life style.
Her tiny house journey and build are available in her sustainable e-book, ‘Living the Sustainable Tiny Life’ (discount code is available to attendees).
She will be premiering her new e-book, ‘Living the Sustainable Tiny Life Handbook’, a ten-week process workbook to get you on the road to designing your own sustainable lifestyle!
Step inside the creative, non-toxic, healthy, all sustainable materials tiny house on wheels built by this sustainability dynamo. Her design based on bio-mimicry made a tiny home that breathes just like the rest of us.
You can find her speaker and workshop schedule at the festival here.
The Silver Bullet Tiny House is powered by a solar solution purchased from:
Can you help us get out on the road to teach others about living sustainable lifestyles?
We will be leaving Massachusetts on June 1st and travel across the country to many ‘Pop UP’ stops at private and public locations. In order for us to fund this tour, we have started an IndieGoGo campaign. Please consider donating what you can and pick your reward here: http://bit.ly/1TVPrv6.
Fall-1025 – This was presented by tiny house rock star, Andrew Morrison when he spoke in Brazil!
I need just a little more of your help to complete it! Every dollar will help us along our way!
We finished The Silver Bullet Tiny House last fall and we are now ready to hit the road. Can you help us? If you are not able to contribute, you pass the word on to those who are interested in sustainable lifestyle education for all Americans.
A Not So “Tiny” New Year Announcement
We are pleased to announce that on December 31, 2015 EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO), powerful online research database, donated funds to sponsor a solar renewable energy system to TerraBluTeams.org, our 501c3 non-profit, to complete a unique sustainable education project built in Massachusetts.
Ms. Vera Struck, explains that her project, Silver Bullet Tiny House, is an innovative example of sustainable renewable energy design and is based on bio-mimicry. She will inspire individuals with the Silver Bullet at regional workshops, and institutions, capping off a summer tour in Colorado Springs, August 5-7th, 2016, at the 2nd International Tiny House Jamboree.
Struck said,” The Silver Bullet Tiny House is an excellent classroom exhibit for living a sustainable lifestyle. All the materials were sustainably vetted and are non-toxic; of which 60% are reclaimed and repurposed resources. EBSCO gave us our first seed money to develop sustainable lifestyle curriculum and has provided scholarships for dozens of students to our hands-on Living the Sustainable Tiny Life workshops since 2012. We are thrilled they will be helping us complete the project to enable us to expand our educational outreach.”
EBSCO will sponsor an event this Spring at their Ipswich facility kicking off the TerraBluTeams National Sustainable Lifestyle Tour.
The Silver Bullet Tiny House has been featured globally on Youtube
, and the personal story of Ms. Struck’s tiny house journey was recently released in an e-book, “Living the Sustainable Tiny Life”