In today’s show we interview Steven Wright of 4 Walls International, Steven has earned B.S. in Biological Sciences with an emphasis in Evolution and Ecology from the University of California Riverside (2006) and is co-founder and executive director of 4 Walls International, a California based non-profit that uses abandoned tires and other trash to build sustainable housing in Tijuana Mexico.
The mission of 4 Walls is to to address and solve current and future environmental challenges while improving overall quality of human life.
Their program unites the community in the common goal of building dependable shelters that promote agricultural production and sustainability, we will encourage recovery of finite natural systems and promote education for a more environmentally conscious future.
With self-reliance as a goal, they have a lot in common with preppers – I have long said that our community can learn a lot from appropriate technology advocates, missionaries, and Non-governmental organizations working in third worlds.
If they can build sustainable communities in areas lacking resources and infrastructure, there is no reason why we cannot do the same here in America.
The show is scheduled for Monday at 10pm central time at this link.
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