Long Term Visitor Areas – Cheap Living on Federal Land

We are visiting the BLM Imperial Dam LTVA (Long Term Visitor Area) to share a location where folks are living cheap and tiny. The LTVA is home to thousands of people throughout the winter and is a very affordable lifestyle. … Continue reading →

Krave the Adventure Bus Barnwood Kitchen

This kitchen popped up randomly in a search engine image search of skoolies (buses converted into tiny houses). I was immediately impressed with this extremely beautiful kitchen, and was very surprised to learn that it was built with reclaimed barnwood. … Continue reading →

Distributed Farm/Community Network

The following ideas sprang from a long discussion with long-time blog contributor Ajarn Richard. Richard has traveled the world and is now planning a tour of US sustainable farms in his new van. Part of his plan is to do … Continue reading →

Healing the Soil With Natural Farming – IMO and EM

“Introducing ultra-low-cost agriculture for everyone. Jadam Korean Natural Farming Method as trained and practiced on Kaua`I, Hawaii. Locally sourced and produced methods for fertilization, pesticides, and bio-remediation of farms and land. Very low-cost organic farming methods. Indigenous people, the world … Continue reading →

I’m Leaving Civilization: Wanna Come with Me?

Vince Edwards is an off-gridder who’s creating a model for a network of self-sustaining communities. He’s got 20 acres in Colorado and has written a book about it called, I’m Leaving Civilization: Wanna Come with Me? 110 pages, Kindle ebook … Continue reading →