Geodesic Dome Home Housing Project and Economic Development

H o u s i n g   N e e d   In "Indian Country" 

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2 BUCKET BATHROOM    LIVING ROOM/KITCHEN       BEDROOM 

 WOULD YOU BELIEVE NO HEAT EXCEPT FOR A WOOD BURNING STOVE, NO ELECTRICITY, NO RUNNING WATER, NO TOILET, NO SHOWER OR BATHROOM LIKE WHAT YOU HAVE? 

YEPPERS, RIGHT SMACK DAB IN THE MIDDLE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!

A "TYPICAL" HOME IN DOWNTOWN EAGLE BUTTE SD ON THE...

CHEYENNE RIVER SIOUX TRIBE INDIAN RESERVATION

by Richard Boyden 

Economic development!

Operation Morning Star Dome Home Economic Development Project

 Investors/Monies Needed To Start a Vocational School/Manufacturing Facility Where Indian Youth Will Be Instructed in How To Build Needed Homes For Elders and Families.

We Want to Have a Mobil Fabrication Shop to have the ability to move from Reservation to Reservation to build homes.

 According to John Yellow Bird Steele, Tribal President of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, 

Geodesic Dome Truss Homes Are The Answer To The Housing Need On His Reservation. 

  Click HERE to see a 24' CEDAR FACED Geodesic Dome Home

These homes are

DEADLY   BLACK   MOLD   FREE! 

 "Tornado Resistant", and have an energy savings insulation factor between R-25 - 40.

Approximately 700-1400 sq. ft. depending on which size chosen. 22', 24', 32', 36' which have standard alcove designs with a "2d floor" options

  1. Click HERE to see a 22' Geodesic Dome Home

  2. Click HERE to see a 36' Geodesic Dome Home

  3. The 36' can be used for a Homeless Shelter, a Battered Women's Shelter and or a  Vocational Training of Indian Youth and Manufacturing Facility

  4. The above homes are especially designed with 4 alcove extensions which allow for extra room for bedrooms, utility room, storage space, or to put the kitchen in. Also, each home has a attached, a separate 14' Geodesic Dome Truss Unit which will function as the bathroom with tub and shower and a storage room.

24' Geodesic Dome Home Without Cedar Siding

  1. The entryway, greenhouse, solar collector structure can also be used as a sauna, solar hot water tank building, or even as an attached combination wood stove-rock heat storage building. 

  2. Movable aluminized board insulation is used to prevent summer over heating and to capture and retain more heat in the winter. 

  3. Black water barrels can be used under back side work table to help moderate temperatures.

  4. This home can be built in one week, with materials costing approximately $15-25,000 depending on which model, size, and options.

  5. A home can accommodate comfortably a 4-6 member family. 

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ADOPT A FAMILY OR ELDER AND GIVE THEM A GIFT OF A HOME!

Our Idea Of A 

"Lakota/Dakota/Nakota Extreme Makeover!" 

Contact Us if you want to invest in a home  for Rocky !