Fundraiser Time!!

Hello everyone!
As many of you know, we are gearing up for the big Jaunt set to leave the last weekend of March. WE NEED YOUR HELP!! We will travel around the US, interacting with, learning from, and documenting sustainable practices, for you to learn and enjoy. While we own the vehicle, equipment, and the energy for this project, we still need to cover basic needs: gas and food.

Please subscribe for as little as 5$ a month, or donate a lump sum. We are now paired with the non-profit, Filmmakers Collaborative. Filmmakers Collaborative is our Fiscal Sponsor and through them all donations are tax deductible! Help us now and have the government pay you back later!!

Please note all donations through PayPal as it is set up are not tax deductible, please contact us for Tax deductible donations.

It's up to us to find the funding needed. Please support us in this important venture. Spread the word!!

Thank you,
Travis and Swix

Oregon Tilth is a nonprofit research and education membership organization dedicated to biologically sound and socially equitable agriculture. Tilth offers educational events throughout the state of Oregon, and provides organic certification services to organic growers, processors, and handlers internationally.

The Mountain Village team is a WWOOFing community that travels where sustainable help is needed.
When contacted they evaluate the work and the impact on human lives and the environment. They are like the A-Team of sustainable communities.

Adobe Earth Dome Project

Human Compost

How to make Beer Bread 40min total

Interview with Ann O'Quinn of Mountain Village

Dick lives in Northern California. He spends six months of the year completely snowed in. With an eight mile snow-shoe to the nearest road, Dick has to be a smart and busy man to survive. The following videos will discuss food storage, mushroom harvesting and cultivation, personal hydroelectric power and straw-bale construction. Good Job, Dick!!!

Dick discusses food storage

Dick discusses mushroom picking

Dick discusses hydroelectricity

Dick discusses strawbale structures