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Ecosa Institute students at Survivalist Cody Lundin's home

On 10/10/10, the students at the Ecosa Institute of Sustainable Design were

working at Cody Lundin¹s off-grid, passive solar homestead in Northern

Arizona to help him control erosion on his property. Rainwater had been

entering Cody¹s outdoor kitchen and bringing sediment with it, so he wanted

to divert the water and make sure the rainwater was harnessed for its full

resource potential. The students created terraces and bioswales to slow,

spread, and sink the water to be used the in herb gardens along the way.

Cody posed with the students around their 350 sign made from prickly pear

cactus fruit.

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Taken on October 10, 2010