This page is the open source and free-shared aquapini and walipini construction materials costs page that will evolve with the open source project-launch blueprinting of the aquapini and walipini infrastructure. The goal of this page is to provide precise materials needs and costs for every component of the aquapini and walipini infrastructure. It will consist of the following sections:
This page will continue to evolve until building the aquapini and walipini infrastructure is complete and we can definitively say exactly what materials were used for every aspect of our build. After that, we will further evolve this page with the help and data from those around the world building additional aquapinis and walipinis using our blueprints.
This page is specifically for the materials costs details of the aquapini and walipini infrastructure. As part of our global transformation approach to Highest Good food, our goal is to continuously update this page with resources to make aquapini and walipini construction materials sourcing and acquisition as easy as possible. For details on the other aspects of the aquapini and walipini infrastructure (what we’ll grow and how, building plans, etc.) visit the complete AQUAPINI AND WALIPINI OPEN SOURCE HUB.
THIS PAGE IS STILL UNDER DEVELOPMENT
We are in the process of updating all the cost details for these structures. Here, however, is our original cost analysis for the One Community food infrastructure:
|What we're working on now
|Hoop house creation
|Ethical raising of goats
|Ethical raising of rabbits
|Ethical raising of chickens
|Aquaculture for aquaponics
|Highest Good wildlife stewardship
|Aquapini and walipini food (Phase II)
|Building plans for aquapinis and walipinis
|List of everyone who helped us design and build this so they can be contacted to help with modifications
|Tropical Atrium sustainable tropical food production and social gathering space
|Sketchup Plants, Trees, and Shrubs Archive
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