Here are some of the projects that the interns who come to learn have gotten the chance to work on. Admittedly the projects go a bit slower when having to teach each step of the way, but I am working toward being able to host more kids from other countries who seem to be interested enough in learning how to build with salvage to come half way around the world to learn. I had thought that we would see more activity from people interested in the US but the historical evidence shows otherwise, though we do have some that do get to make it here now and then from nearby towns.
Thanks to some like Gilad, Thomas, Laura, Mason, Michael, John, Joel, Shawn, Lori, and many others who have come through and traded their human energy for the experience that will enable them to create their own Organic Cottage one day.
Here are some of the pictures of a few of the interns and helpers working on projects in progress. This was mostly on the Mondays when we have an open visit to work day after 10 am. Often in the summer we would start late and work late but the short days do change those patterns.
White Swan is nearly ready to roll out of here.
I hope you enjoyed seeing some of these pictures and if you know these kids, be proud of them, for they are seeing the future early and taking action to being part of making a difference in how we evolve as a species. Sustainable housing is possible for millions if we move to take these treasures and store them in the giant empty warehouses that dot our country all over where industry abandoned old towns and cities. Let us not throw the remains into landfills but salvage it instead and give millions the opportunity to benefit in so many ways instead of just the landfills.
50% of our landfills are building materials and if our government wanted to make a difference they would only need to give a “No tax on Salvage construction Pass” for what ever percentage of housing is created out of salvage. Then the waste would turn into building materials and careers, jobs and housing, solutions instead of pollution, waste, and a poor example for the generations that follow who will never see the likes of what we throw away and waste in America today.
Given more millionaires are made from salvage than any other business, from scratch in most cases, I wonder why more people and our government do not consider this to revitalize our economy from within, without imports, and using American workers, families, to create homes for the many. How is it possible we can continue to ignore these treasures in our midst?
Luckily, kids like this are not, and others are awakening too. The Pure Salvage Living Renaissance grows as the seeds, like these images you see, the hope they can fuel, and the dreams that will follow once you see how easy it can be. Please join us in transforming the world, manifesting miracles from salvage, and creating a town called Salvage, Texas from 95% Pure Salvage too, as a market for all things old, a music venue for positive music about what we can do to improve our world, and perhaps a film festival venue as well.
It is not the imagination, but the lack of human energy that keeps great things from being done. The more who join together to do it, the easier the impossible becomes, and thus are miracles manifested. Our world needs such miracles as this can bring about.
Paying employees to build a million houses to simply sell could not do what training a hundred teachers with a passion to learn can, and thus we move to the next phase of our adventure. Instilling the tools to let the passion be fueled by a successful future of sustainable building could empower millions to do this instead. To me, that is the first priority and to that end, Salvage, Texas will become the place to come learn how to barter, build, create, and manifest a future world from the salvage of the past, and organic world that is sustainable as best we can make it, as toxin free as possible for the generations yet to come.
Small family businesses will work best for the Salvage Mining and the Salvage Building, keeping much of it local for the benefit of all around. If you were to give a kid a chance it life, it will be the life skills to build a small home from salvage, to grow their own food, to survive in hard times, and then add some college to the mix to fill in the interests it takes to then go on and help others through out life with the knowledge and skills to build homes where none think it possible for they can not see the treasure hidden in what they see as trash. Once seen, awakened to the treasure, I hope millions seek it out and benefit from this gift of sight and imagination sparked, passion fueled, and lives changed for the better world wide.
For more information on internships please contact us soon as we have a limited space and ability to house and feed such guests.