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Being Green, UNT build upon its environmental legacy, propels alums to live green by Mark Wright
Summer 2008      


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EESAT video tour

Rod Rylander's home

Jan Spencer's home

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Rod Rylander's site

Jan Spencer's site

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UNT at 20

Discovering the Future

Legacy of Anshel Brusilow

Being Green



Rod Rylander's home

The Hobbit House, left, and the Amoeba, a bedroom built next door

The Hobbit House, with a grapevine growing in front

The round Hobbit House door, metal covered with styrofoam adorned with papier-mâché

The Amoeba, with walls made of sacks filled with old clothes, dirt, sand or rock stacked and plastered over with native materials


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