Day 1 - Career Path
Day 1 - Sustainability 101
Day 1 - The World of 2050
Day 1 - Sustainable Development
Day 2 - Wetland Ecology
Day 2 - GMOs
Day 2 - Watercatchment
Day 2 - Casper Greenhouse
Day 3 - Ecotourism
Day 3 - Singularity
Day 3 - Governance
Day 3 - Wind and Solar
Day 4 - Hydrogen Power
Day 4 - Food & Fiber in the Third
Day 4 - Water Use & Reuse
Day 4 - Globalization
Day 5 - Slides GGP
Day 5 - SEED Park Update 2015
Day 5 - What can be done in Colorado
Day 5 - Colorado SEED Park
Day 5 - SEED Parks Book PPT
Day 5 - San Luis Valley Businesses
Building a SEED Park
SEED Parks Website
Nick Parker, PhD
Fish culture tanks for koi and other ornamental species.
Hydrogen fuel cell to replace batteries in forklifts.
Subsurface cisterns used to collect and store precipitation runoff from a resident.
Nick Parker behind the wheel of a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle.
An off the grid Earthship home in New Mexico collecting all rainfall and recycling water for reuse.
Plants produced aquaponically by recycling discharge from fish tanks.
Nick Parker receiving an engraved hammer for assistance in building 26 homes for Habitat for Humanity.
Pancake festival by the Lubbock Lions Club, the largest Lions Club in North America.
Farmer Bill standing in the end of a wind turbine blade that will bolt to the structure in the background.