Inside View of Ancient Shelter

Cutaway view of ancient shelter

Cutaway view of ancient shelter


I probably won’t be recommending Pinterest very much since they’ve made it much harder to view their site for non-members. Maybe it’s just me because I’ve spent so many hours scouring their site, but I’m practically blocked. Anyway, I found this interesting drawing on a shelter page at Pinterest and thought I’d share. Read more from > Inside View of Ancient Shelter

Biochar Workshop Part 1, How to Make Biochar


Detailed presentation in this excellent 4-part series. “Watch the whole day of the Biochar Workshop led by Bob Wells, soil scientist Jon Nilsson and Patryk Battle. Learn how to make biochar and its many beneficial uses including greatly enhancing soil life and fertility. Discover innovative ways to maximize its uses for dynamically carbon negative farming and gardening. Brought to you by Living Web Farms.org.” Read more from > Biochar Workshop Part 1, How to Make Biochar

Eco-Construction – Natural Building for a Sustainable World

Earthbag workshop by Arkansas Craft School

Earthbag workshop by Arkansas Craft School

“Earthbag Construction is a natural building technique, by which extremely durable and strong structures are built with little cost to the planet or to the pocket book. It is a quick and easy process that makes use of local materials with minimal energy consumption, and it is suitable for use in a wide range of climates. Read more from > Eco-Construction – Natural Building for a Sustainable World