No Dig Gardening: feed the soil not the plants for many, easier harvests and few weeds

After 11 months of no feeds or fertilisers, see the fine growth of Homeacres vegetables, many planted in summer after clearing first harvests, and no compost or other food added. In undisturbed and mulched soil, organisms manage resources better plus … Continue reading →

Park Ranger’s Tiny House is only 50 Square Feet!

In this clip, Derek “Deek” Diedricksen (HGTV’s “Tiny House Builders”, and “The Micromen”) talks to Trekker Trailers honcho Andrew Bennett about his tiny house on wheels (while on display at the Florida Tiny House Festival outside St. Augustine)- a vardo/gypsy … Continue reading →

Michael Judd’s Round Straw Bale House

Michael Judd explains the construction and efficiencies of his round straw bale house in Maryland. Features include a super efficient stone masonry wood heater, super insulated strawbale walls, storm fallen timbers and living roof. This home is worthy of home … Continue reading →

Permaculture Neighborhood Tour w/ Costa Rica’s Stephen Brooks

Imagine a whole neighborhood full of tropical fruits on every lot, on every embankment & around any corner. Then combine the lush food forest with the most impressive community garden, river access, great spaces & even a well-planned biogas system … Continue reading →