The Bridges Between crew successfully completed the solar greenhouse in Cchulemu! Working along side the local builders, the team spent seven days on this design/build project. The Cchulemu village now has a new tool to extend their growing season, promote education, and engage the community.
The above render is the proposed passive solar greenhouse for the Cchulemu village. The Bridges Between team is headed to Nepal in two days to get this project underway! To view more details about the greenhouse project click HERE. Stay connected with us through our trip by checking back for our updates!
In just under two months a design/build project will be completed on this site. The vacant lot above is the chosen site for the Bridges Between Solar Greenhouse Project.
Can you image a protected 100sqft sustainable growing space here? A space designed and built by architecture students from the University of Utah? A structure built to prolong the growing season for the villagers? Read more
Women Thrive is a nonprofit organization that brings the global voices of women to the decision-makers in Washington DC. Imagine if Bridges Between had a connection with an organization like this? Education for women and families in Nepal, supported by leaders in Washington, would be HUGE! If you are on the east coast, go check out this New York event!
Thanks to your donations and to volunteers, happy monastery monks smile, as the Bridges Between built cold storage unit gets good use!