Zuni Self Sustainable Veterinary Clinic

Please support the construction of the Self Sustainable Veterinary Clinic in Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico, in collaboration with the Zuni Environmental Protection Program. Every little bit helps. THANK YOU!

26.16% Raised
$10,465.00 donated of $40,000.00 goal
25 Donors
Campaign has ended

We are happy to announce the construction of a fully self sustainable Earthship veterinary clinic in partnership with the Zuni Environmental Protection Program in Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico in June 2018!

For a long time there has been a need for a year-round fully functional veterinary clinic in the Pueblo of Zuni to take care and reduce the number of stray animals, eliminate diseases through vaccines such as rabies that can have an effect on the human population, and ensure a peaceful relationship between human and animal.

A fully self-sustainable Earthship that will drastically reduce utility bills and provide natural heating, cooling, water and electricity is the perfect solution for the resident doctors and the community and will showcase how a fully off-grid building can be as comfortable and sophisticated as a conventional clinic building.


We need your help to make this project happen! Please see below different ways of supporting this project:

Donate! We need to raise at least $40,000 to go towards materials and tools for this project. All donations are tax deductible. Donate below.

Participate! Want to be a part of it and learn how to build Earthships? We will be building 25 June – 14 July 2018 and are looking for 40 volunteers! To SIGN UP for this project, please register here! Note: a $1,000 donation is mandatory to participate for non-Zuni residents.

Share and fundraise! If you cannot donate or participate yourself, please help us by sharing the information about this project with those who can! Feel free to share the flyer below and let us know if you have any ideas for fundraising or know of individuals/organizations that would want to support this project. Thank you!

For questions about this project please email info@biotectureplanetearth.com.

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