Our mission 

Our mission is to educate and empower others to live in a more sustainable way. Our team has developed a wealth of knowledge in the fields of ecological housing, self sufficiency living, and permaculture. We have developed this site as a platform to share, inspire and learn. 

Robert Parson

   
  
 
  
    
  
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     Robert Parson created Regenerative Revolution out of the need to organize these amazing builders and sustainable designers.     After years of studying sustainable design, Robert attended the Earthship Biotecture Academy in Taos NM, under the guidance of Michael Reynolds. Immediately after completing the academy, Robert resigned from his job, working in corporate insurance sales of 10yrs to dedicate his life to helping others escape the insanity that is in the current housing/mortgage paradigm. With the mission of bringing affordable and sustainable housing to as many people as he could, Robert began building. Robert’s designs integrate the best aspects of every type of sustainable construction, such as Earthship, Earth bag, Straw bale and Tiny Houses; allowing more design options based upon climate, budget, and local materials. Robert also received his Permaculture Design Certificate under the tutelage of Geoff Lawton. Robert’s background in permaculture has helped him to realize that a home is not just a static object; it needs to interact with the natural elements and work in harmony with it's surrounding landscape. 

Robert Parson created Regenerative Revolution out of the need to organize these amazing builders and sustainable designers. 

After years of studying sustainable design, Robert attended the Earthship Biotecture Academy in Taos NM, under the guidance of Michael Reynolds. Immediately after completing the academy, Robert resigned from his job, working in corporate insurance sales of 10yrs to dedicate his life to helping others escape the insanity that is in the current housing/mortgage paradigm. With the mission of bringing affordable and sustainable housing to as many people as he could, Robert began building. Robert’s designs integrate the best aspects of every type of sustainable construction, such as Earthship, Earth bag, Straw bale and Tiny Houses; allowing more design options based upon climate, budget, and local materials. Robert also received his Permaculture Design Certificate under the tutelage of Geoff Lawton. Robert’s background in permaculture has helped him to realize that a home is not just a static object; it needs to interact with the natural elements and work in harmony with it's surrounding landscape. 

Buford Dunavant IV

 

Beau Dunavant, LEED AP BD+C, has been working in the field of ecological building design and construction since 2009.  He has been building and designing with several companies throughout the U.S and abroad with a heavy emphasis on natural building practices, ecological design, and sustainable market transformation. He began his career in the trades to then move into the field of ecological building design and construction and has studied under the tutelage of Yestermorrow School of Design and The California Institute of Earth Art and Architecture. He currently builds, designs, and teaches with Regenerative Revolution (International) and ReDesign Fort Collins (Fort Collins, Colorado).  

 

“I believe that our cities, our homes, and our species should be involved with the natural systems, cycles, and patterns that bless us on this planet... and through this we will embark on a path that is both regenerative and restorative... thus honoring generations to come” 

    

Justin Dudley


Agari Permaculture Farm (AUS)
agarifarm.org
April 2015 - Present
Natural Building Facilitator
including:
Earthbag Dome Completion
Cob/Strawbale Studio Workshop
Women’s Carpentry Workshop
Mobile Tiny Home Workshop

Earthship New Zealand
January - April 2015
On-Site Labor, Facilitation & Management 
Building New Zealand’s first fully council-consented Earthship

Earthship Arizona
May/Aug/Sept 2014
Self-Employed 
Foreman, Project Manager, Co-Designer; 1200sqft modified Packaged Earthship

Archival Eco House
March 2014
Cebu City, Philippines
Project Manager- Greywater Planter Design and Installation

EcoRegions Indonesia
February 2014
Design Consultation: Rainwater Harvesting, Greywater Recycling, Wastewater Management

Earthship Cambodia
January 2014
Foreman, Project Manager, Co-Founder, Instructor

Earthship Detroit
November 2013- Present
Foreman, Project Manager, Co-Founder, Educator
www.facebook.com/earthshipdetroit

Earthship Arizona
October 2013
Foreman, Project Manager 3-U S-Pod "shell-in" via EB

Earthship Academy
April 2012- April 2013
On-Site Instructor

Earthship Biotecture
June 2009 - Present
Layouts, Tire-pounding, Formwork and Steel, Concrete, Framing, Insulating, Roofing, Flooring, Mixing, Plastering, Finish Carpentry, Custom Metal Flashing, Bobcat/Skidsteer Operation, On-Site Instruction&Delegation
Builds include:
Todo Santos, Baja, Mexico
100 Mile House, British Columbia
Big Timber, Montana
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Butler, Georgia
Lasquiti Island, British Columbia
Wheatland, Wyoming
Buffalo, Wyoming
Sazava, Czech Republic
Ithaca, New York
Huntington, Vermont
Comalapa, Guatemala
Big Sky, Montana
Heber, Arizona
Windship, Philippines 
Alberta, Canada
As well as numerous builds in and around
Greater World Earthship HQ in Taos, NM
Including Co-Project Manager of the very first Simple Survival unit

NABCEP
North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners 
Entry Level Solar Certification

Completed Accredited Courses:
2006-2008
Photovoltaic Design
Photovoltaic Installation
Passive Solar Home Design
Solar Domestic Hot Water
Residential Energy Efficiency
Renewable Energy
Human Ecology

Don Robinson Builders of Southern Vermont
2004-2006
Mid to high-end energy-efficient traditional New England residential construction, renovations and additions