solar cooker history -23 Global SEED: School Solar Box Cooker Interview, Barbara Kerr MSW RN & Sherry Cole

February 7, 2013 – 6:23 am

** These interlocking Montessori-style Sustainable Environment K-12 education classes, plus 3 interviews with influential global holistic health, hydrogen engineering, and solar cooker pioneers, are designed to save lives and to save the environment of our planet. The scope of the lessons covers our common basic human needs for organic food, clean water, renewable energy, and affordable housing solar adobe, all produced in an individual family. They emphasize simple, inexpensive, low-tech and labor-intensive, and completely hands-on solutions to increasingly serious global problems, while emphasizing hope and joyful education of children. The lessons help build holistic health, character development, interdependent cooperation, higher order systems thinking, and a sense of global responsibility. These lessons may appear deceptively simple, but all used together, they show how to save life on our planet, to do more with less while always using Nature as a model. Surprisingly, these lessons are entirely student planned, built, filmed and edited. They are not slick or professional, but they are full of love and sincerity. Songs and charts are used to sum up principles. Level One contains lessons in organic gardening, composting, harvesting, seed collection, simple medicinal herbs, small animal breeding, natural water purification, solar water purification, and solar cooking. Level Two contains lessons on greenhouse construction, household scale

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