Adaptive Dome Structures

Habitat for Health makes wildfire resistant structures or
replaces storm damaged buildings with metal dome construction.

Ecological Factors

H4H Interfaces of bottom-up culture and technology to build or repair ecological and economical productivity using proven methods. Problems facing people marginalized by health, treatment, and income burdens are compounding due to lack of timely resolution, negligent and other behaviors including ecological ignorance leading to skyrocketing billion-dollar disasters.

The total cost of U.S. billion-dollar disasters over the last 5 years (2018-2022) is $595.5 billion, with a 5-year annual cost average of $119.1 billion, the latter of which is nearly triple the 43-year inflation adjusted annual average cost. The U.S. billion-dollar disaster damage costs over the last 10-years (2013-2022) were also historically large: at least $1.1 trillion from 152 separate billion-dollar events.

It is important to keep in mind that these estimates do not reflect the total cost of U.S. weather and climate disasters, only those associated with events more than $1 billion in damages. That means they are a conservative estimate of how much extreme weather costs the United States each year. However, these billion-dollar events do account for most of the damage from all recorded U.S. weather and climate events (NCEI; Munich Re), and they are becoming an increasingly larger percentage of the total damage costs from weather-related events at all scales and loss levels.

Habitat for Health features a top of the line Adaptive 1,000 sq. ft. Dome for MCS Clients. We also locate hypoallergenic materials and useful technology to accommodate people with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS) because it makes our buildings healthier and less expensive for all clients. We can also add or subtract options to meet requests. By funding holistic startups like H4H, all parties stand to get what is needed as well as potential to grow what they need and exceed expectations with incentives.


Economical Factors

Bottom-up responses to existential realities lessen effects of ecological injury and economic crisis. The farm is organized to work and prosper as a small community EcoVillage.


  • Dome structures are built to grow, process, store and sell produce
  • Permaculture methods are applied to feed the EcoVillage and sell surplus crops
  • Permaculture methods can also foster


  • Surplus Dome structure kits are produced for the EcoVillage and can be built for sale.
  • Teaching and practicing Permaculture methods are a secondary employment  activity