This boulder house combines numerous really good ideas – earthbags, lower cost lightweight insulating material such as rice hulls, option of mixing the hulls with a stabilizer such as lime or cement for greater moisture protection, a bamboo or sapling … Continue reading →
We went to the Building Code office today. Danny talks about the shed conversion to a single family dwelling and what the building codes are for Stone County, MS. These may not be the same as codes in your county. … Continue reading →
Dear Dr. Geiger, I’ve really enjoyed your naturalhomesteader videos on YouTube! Thank you for making and sharing them! … Continue reading →
Colette O’Neill is an author and founder of The Bealtaine Project, bringing Goddess Permaculture into universal awareness, as we struggle to care for our Mother Earth. Colette weaves this passion for the Great Mother into all of her work, writing … Continue reading →
“Organic Growth Cities,” a Top Trend by Trends Journal for 2018, celebrates the rebirth of down and out towns struggling through hard economic times.
This is a brilliant DIY hack for creating an off-grid water heater with just a simple handmade rocket stove, water barrel, and copper pipes! No pump! No propane! … Continue reading →