Growing Microgreens for Profit

Urban Farmer Curtis Stone talks about his three most profitable microgreens. Curtis has other videos on his microgreen operation in Canada, his soil mix, greenhouse construction, etc. … Continue reading →

Bamboo Building and Agroforestry Workshops – Ecuador

My name is Maya Sachasinh, I am a Bay Area native, college student at UC Berkeley and a life long social and environmental permaculturalist/activist. I wanted to reach out to ask for help spreading an incredible permaculture opportunity. For the … Continue reading →

How cohousing can make us happier (and live longer)

Loneliness doesn’t always stem from being alone. For architect Grace Kim, loneliness is a function of how socially connected we feel to the people around us — and it’s often the result of the homes we live in. She shares … Continue reading →

Gorgeous Straw Bale Tiny House You’ve Gotta See to Believe

April and Ziggy built this gorgeous, yet simple straw bale house in Berea, KY for a friend of theirs. It features many different natural building materials, most of which were found locally. … Continue reading →

Strawbale Round House Showcases Every Natural Building Method Imaginable

Hassan’s round house– a structure still under construction– showcases just about every natural building technique you can imagine. His house is in the second year of building, but it’s future beauty is already visible even though it’s unfinished. This house … Continue reading →