This is a free workshop & community building tool that will help you learn to work with others to help each other build an underground shelter as you form a community based on mutual and global survival.
There will be a registry to help you connect with others in your area. Also a brief intro in forming a survival group/community (SGC) along with info papers for yourself and your group that will help you successfully organize, engage in and create a sustainable SCG.
The SID Project will also have Free Survival Workshops: basic and advance survival skills, which include learning how to build shelters indigenously, making primitive tools, finding foods and herbal medicines, healing sweat hut rites, woods first aid, building fires.
Other then building the SID and forming a survival group/community, the additional classes will be taught based on the interest of the participating individuals.
All of the above is offered free of charge as part of this project.
This project will happen on the last or second to last week of each month (Monday through Sunday). The first one this year is May 21 to May 27
For those of you coming a long distance:
There will be free camping as well as limited space in the main house.
We ask participants to bring food to share. We also encourage gift giving as we are promoting gift economics.
Hardwick VT exact location will be given when you are registered as a participant.
The Land and Organization:
The lands that these first SIDs are being built on as community projects may become part of a school and international organization being organized and created to help us survive this time of transition.
It is currently a project of the Tree of Life Collective.
Meaning of the word “SID”
S = Subterranean: Underground & in this case invisible from above ground.
I = Indigenous: It is made of free or cheap materials you find around you.
D = Domicile: These structures are livable shelters designed to survive almost any man-made or natural disaster.
You can also free of charge download the basic design here:
It has everything you need to know how to build one, except it is missing the ventilation system. It was left out by accident because the paper was rushed after there was an attempt to stop this info from getting out. The next edition as well as a video being made will be complete...