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Plans Revealing Nutrient Flows:
1. Circulation + Entry  2. Gravity Plumbing  3. Composting  4. Aqueous Garden

Jeffersonian Ideals
Furthermore, the approach draws from Jeffersonian ideologies in regards to equalizing edification and ecology.  In
the mind of Thomas Jefferson, the measure of any single human gesture was its contribution to the individual�s
pursuit of happiness. He believed humans had natural rights. He devoted most of his life to a revolution ensuring the
rights of agrarianism and education.  This was vital to a citizen�s personal livelihood in an agrarian economy
within a nascent system of government.  Universal access to education was critically linked to sustenance thus, the
�gentleman farmer.�   Jefferson essentially would advocate ecological principles applied to human habitat so
that each person can live off the land without detriments.  He could have never imagined a human race that ignored
the right to freedom from toxicity, carcinogens, and ozone depleting substances.  The Fab Tree Hab not only
attempts to provide a healthy biological exchange with the inhabitant, but also strives to contribute in a positive way to
everyone�s quality of life.


Mitchell Joachim, PhD
one lab
FAB TREE HAB
  Local Biota Living Graft Structure
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