Plant-Based Eco-Villages To Launch Next Year Using 3D Printers
plant-based eco-village The plant-based eco-villages aim to debut next year - if funding is secured - Media Credit: Green Campus

Startup To Develop Plant-Based Eco-Villages Using 3D Printers

Green Campus is crowdfunding to help launch its plant-based accommodation - offering a free one night stay to the first 500 who donate £25

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Green Campus has announced plans to develop plant-based eco-villages using 3D printers and ‘revolutionary bio-materials. 

The startup aims to create ‘Green Camps’ which provide plant-based accommodation in nature. 

However, the company says it needs to raise £60,000 (around $80,115) to achieve its mission. Therefore, it has begun crowdfunding, and has currently raised more than £8,000.

‘A regenerative effect’

“Green Campus is about working out and celebrating the kindest ways to provide for all of our needs,” the crowdfunder states.

“Our hope is that wherever we deploy a Green Campus we have a regenerative effect on consciousness, community, environment and circular economies. We invite you to come and work on creating an inspiring example of the culture of compassion with us.”

Rewards

All donations are matched rewards. The first 500 donations to exceed £25 will be rewarded with one nights stay at any of the plant-based eco-villages.

“This will also create a free membership profile which will store your nights stay booked as a ‘contribution’,” Green Campus states.

“The more contributions you make the more benefits you can earn! You’ll be sent a unique voucher to redeem nights stays once our first camps are up and running.”

You can donate to the fundraiser here

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