Sector 9: Infrastructure & Resources

The Infrastructure & Resources Sector focuses on urban, suburban, and rural landscapes, homescapes, facilities, and byways. This Sector develops our neighborhoods and builds our homes, incorporating novel ideas like “tiny houses.” This Sector also designs and maintains the “Commons,” the open and public space we all enjoy. From an holistic standpoint, architects and engineers of the New World now consider the five classic elements during their design process: solar (fire); hydro (water); wind (air); geothermal (earth); and the needs/realities of the surrounding environment, including green, recycled, and affordable materials (spirit).

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Emerging in this Sector!

No-Watering-Required Garden Design

Piedmont Master Gardeners
Charlottesville, VA
Master Gardener

The lecture covers a breadth of current landscape design topics: rain gardens, rain barrels, storm water bio-retention, green roofs, dry stream beds, water features, and new plant introductions.

Date: April 13 @ 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Cost: $8, reserve in advance

Charlottesville Earth Week Eco Fair

Pavilion and Downtown Mall
Charlottesville, VA
Earth Week

Earth-friendly fun for the whole family! Bringing local communities together to promote awareness of the value of the natural world and encouraging the public to learn about the environment, with the goal of creating strong, engaged stewardship.

Date: April 23 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Cost: FREE

Policy Brief:
Rebuilding America’s Infrastructure

Online Article
Rebuilding America's Infrastructure - Ellen Brown

Economist and author Ellen Brown writes about “How to Save $1 Trillion Without Increasing the Deficit, Causing Inflation, or Raising Taxes,” while rebuilding America’s critical infrastructure.

Date: N/A
Cost: FREE

Member Events

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Pachamama Aug 27, 2016 Oracle Institute: Pachamama Class

Please join us for the Pachamama Symposium: Awaking the Dreamer on Saturday, August 27, 2016. This workshop is a dynamic and uses video, personal reflection, and group activities to engage attendees as co-creators of an environmentally sustainable, socially just, and spiritually fulfilling world. This transformative learning experience features insights from inspiring philosophers, scientists, community leaders, and more.