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LifeSense Institute is a nonprofit
corporation, organized in 2006, on Vashon-Maury Island in Washington.
We are dedicated to improving quality of life on Vashon-Maury Island and
beyond with imaginative, creative solutions to some of the complex problems
facing people today. We educate the public about scientific, technological,
and social innovations to achieve affordable and sustainable human and
Worth, Vice President
Ivy Program is working on
neighborhoods in a self-help program
the survival of healthy trees by
with our ivy management
VMI, we have initiated an
technology project with Erin Durrett
at Point Robinson
Farm designed to demonstrate ivy disposal using hot composting methods
low-cost thermal recovery to
Stay tuned for photos and reports
about our neighborhood-based ivy management
and composting-for-heat projects.
innovative solar heating
that could be affordable and
Vashon-Maury Island and the
was our initial
installation to demonstrate
an annual solar
heat storage system,
by Robert Bornn and
D. McWhirter, Ph.D., P.E..
Sunrise over Dockton
Maury Island, Washington
Photo by R. Bornn
A vision of our future
with our preservation
of the earth.
Institute is a Washington State nonprofit corporation.
Insitute is registered for solicitations under the Washington State Charitable
Solicitations Act, RCW 19.09.
Institute is not currently a tax-exempt organization under IRC 501(c)(3).
is for educational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional
is made or implied that the ideas, inventions, illustrations, and documents
on this site are applicable to any
building, or land use project. Nor does the site represent in any
way consulting services of any kind.
on this site is an offer to sell, transfer, license, or use proprietary
(c) 2006-2009 by Robert Bornn and Laura Worth. All rights reserved.
Institute, BuildingCircles, Vashon Energy Project, Project Solar Harvest,
* Facilitate * Share, and Alternative energy for life are
trademarks of Robert Bornn and Laura Worth.