Dani is an interior designer and drafts(wo)man. She studied Earthships in New Mexico and along with her passion for building loves to help people with natural health and nutrition.
Jesse has worked on Earthship and Bamboo structures and is also the fountain of knowledge on mycology, fermentation, composting and all things that will save the world.
Kate has been natural building since hanging out with the Mudgirls in 2009. Our guru on every natural building topic imaginable. Kate is the founder of the MudMob Natural Building Collective.
Campbell spent years following the natural building circuit only to realise his shelter needs could be found in caves. He still joins us in the vein hope of converting us all, so we can stop this building nonsense and just get on with living.
Sian ‘Sianaste’ Richards
Camp Mum. Makes food you salivate for before she’s even started making it. Doesn’t even smack your bottom with a wooden spoon if you do naughty things. Just smiles, gives you a bliss ball and makes you feel loved. Herbalist & edible weed lover.
Adam’s an experienced conventional builder, but we’ve largely trained that out of him! Now he builds Earthships, Earthbag and anything you throw at him. He also gifts his talents in Shiatsu massage, music, Qi Gong and smiles.
An amazing carpenter and builder trained in Superadobe, Earthships and conventional builds. He’s pretty much the Dalai Lama, teaching us all things zen – Shiatsu massage, Yoga, Tai Chi, Qi Gong – always with a smile.
The man for Earthship building, whitewater rafting and making curly blonde hair in a ponytail look damn cool. Co-founder of Evolved Earth Earthship building crew.
Michelle & Nick
Our mate’s from Earthen Ripples who’ve built themselves one of the most beautiful cob homes we’ve ever seen, down in the Otways. They share dreads that make us jealous and a contagious thirst for knowledge on ways to live sustainably.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s Tommy D with a mohawk building Earthships, being a leather craftsman, permaculture gardener and band frontman. Recently returned from studying Earthships and Permaculture in the US.
The Agari Family
A number of Agari family members and local friends get involved in our workshops to run sessions on healing, permaculture, music, creativity and other things they love. We like to mix up the workshop with different activities to keep everyone motivated and provide a holistic workshop experience. So much of these workshops are not about just natural building! They are largely about connecting, inspiring one another, healing and creating community!