The 5 Acre Permaculture Homestead – Unbelievable Abundance

“Jonathan Dodd of Nebraska is jammin out his 5 acre homestead with permaculture abundance: Market gardens, fruit and nut trees, chickens, ducks, geese, pigs, sheep and ALL kinds of goodness. It’s hard to believe just how much one can do … Continue reading →

San Francisco Family Builds Tiny House to Avoid Crazy Rent Prices!

For high rent areas tiny house living is more than “just a good idea”. In places like San Francisco, where rent is about $3,500/month [yikes, crazy is right], finding ways to cut costs is a necessity. By living more simply … Continue reading →

Deep Mulch Method for Building Soil in Deserts

Yesterday I watched a video on how to build healthy soil in desert areas such as Arizona. A lot of our readers are building earthbag houses and gardens in similar environments since land like this is often quite affordable. … Continue reading →