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Garbage Warrior

Garbage Warrior
File:Garbage warrior movie poster.jpg
Directed by Oliver Hodge
Produced by Rachel Wexler
Starring Mike Reynolds
Release date(s) 2007
Country USA

Garbage Warrior is a 2007 film about architect Mike Reynolds, inventor of the Earthship style of building, directed by Oliver Hodge. It follows Reynolds' and how he developed the Earthship style of building and his struggle with the legislature of Taos, New Mexico, the location of his experimental Earthship community, in order to be allowed to build homes that do not match the structures of local building codes. The film concludes with a postscript showing Reynolds and his team of builders travelling to the Andaman Islands in the aftermath of the Boxing Day tsunami to assist the locals with disaster recovery and teaching them how to construct extremely low-cost homes.

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