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Building a Roundhouse with woodhenge and cobwood

Building a Roundhouse with woodhenge and cobwood
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DIY Greenhouse 200 Dollar Homemade Solar Gardening towards Self Sufficiency Do It Yourself Organic Habiter: Earthship, ecodome, cabane fuste, yourte, roulotte, maison paille/carton, toits végétalisés etc **Habiter -Heol : la maison autonome des Baronnets A moins de 10 km de Châteaubriant, il existe une maison autonome en électricité, en eau et surtout en pensée. Cette maison a été construite petit à petit par une famille qui a souhaité résister au prêt-à-porter culturel imposé par l'environnement médiatique. -EARTHSHIP :Les earthships sont des habitations destinées à l'autoconstruction, dans le but d'édifier des logements respectant la nature à moindre coût, en se basant sur la récupération et le recyclage de matériaux photo:yourtemongole.com > > > > > -ECODOME :Probablement le mode de construction le moins coûteux, tant pour l'environnement que financièrement. > > > photo:sarahmonahan.com photo:cabanes-de-bretagne.com

How to Build a Tiny, Off-Grid House for $2500 (Video) Paul Wheaton/Video screen capture From life inside a tiny, 7'x12' portable house to touring an infamous roundhouse, we've been pretty fascinated by the DIY tiny house movement. Here's a great video on how to build your own tiny, cordwood, off-grid roundhouse—including some detailed tips and ideas on both the drawbacks and strengths of this particular approach. Uploaded by Paul Wheaton—the same chap who brought us videos on how to build "hugelkultur" raised beds, and making organic lawn fertilizer from moldy hay—what I like about this video is not just the tour of an awesome, unique dwelling. The search for truly sustainable living is a journey, and nobody has it all figured out yet. For more information on the venue of this video, check out this blog post by Mr Kraft Does Life on Feral Farm's off grid way of life.

Living Willow Outdoor Structure | Home Design, Garden & Architecture Blog Magazine Spending time outside in the garden is quite the wonderful opportunity to get closer to Nature. If you’re lucky enough to have a green area for lounging during the mornings or evenings, than the following project will become your favorite quickly. The Living Willow Structure is actually another living room in your yard; a natural and green one! Living Willow Structures by Bonnie Gale – Open Gazebos, Bridgehampton, New York source

How to Build PVC Hydroponic System - Complete Parts List Oasis En Tous Lieux - Accueil Cordwood Sheds and Cabins Cordwood Sheds and Cabins also known as Stackwall, Stovewood, Firewood or Cordwood Masonry. cordwood shed Short lengths of debarked trees (cordwood) are laid with a mixture of mortar and insulating materials - such as sawdust or spray foam - in between the mortar. The longer the length of the logs, the better the insulation qualities. 12 inches to 18 inches is most common and wood species will also determine insulating value. On average, a 12 inch wide wall will have a 20-25 R value. cordwood shed Hobbit House with living roof by Rena Upitas, Ontario. renaupitis.com Cordwood Shed with a thatched roof. roofthatch.com cordwood shed Gail and Mark Dupar’s cordwood shed on Decatur Island in Washington’s San Juans. cordwood shed John Meilahn's cabin, Copper Harbor, Michigan. facebook.com cordwood shed Sojourn Cabin sojourningboston.blogspot.com cordwood shed Piet Hein Eek for Hans Liberg, pietheineek.nl Cordwood Pole Shed at Treehaven. daycreek.com Backside of above cabin. Cordwood masonary sauna.

Being Somewhere - Low Impact Living 4 Simple Steps to Grow a Hundred Pounds of Potatoes in a Barrel Container gardening isn't only for savvy urban gardeners and folks with limited space to grow, it can also be for folks who want to maximize their yields in a controlled environment. Not only does growing potatoes in a barrel reduce the amount of weeding and exposure to pests and fungi, you don't even have to risk shovel-damage to the tender potatoes by digging them out of the ground when they're done, just tip the container over! After extensive research to plan my own potatoes-in-a-barrel, I've boiled all of the recommendations down to 4 simple steps to a winning potato harvest. 1. Select and prepare a container You'll need to pick out a container such as a 50-gallon trash barrel or one of those half whiskey barrel planters. Good drainage is critical for the cultivation of healthy potatoes so you'll want to cut or drill a series of large drainage holes in the bottom and bottom sides of your container. 2. 3. 4. Other tips to grow bushels of barrel potatoes More gardening tips

Elevez vos coccinelles. Bonjour ! Avant d'élever des coccinelles, il faut d'abord élever la proie : le puceron. Facile à trouver dans les jardins, il vous en faudra une grande quantité pour nourrir vos coccinelles.1) Trouver des pucerons : sur les rosiers, sur le lierre, les églantines ...2) Les récolter : Méthode 1 : Dans une bouteille d'eau en plastique vide, insérez du lierre et avec un pinceau faite glissez les pucerons dedans.Méthode 2 : Dans un petit pot ( genre confiture ), faite tomber les pucerons. Rassemblez les en boules ( doucement ) avec votre pinceau et mettez les dans la bouteille à l'aide du pinceau ou d'un bâton très fin.3) Les élever : Pendant une à deux semaines, laissez-les proliférer. Passons maintenant aux coccinelles : Pour votre terra, il vous faudra :*Ben, d'abord un terra ! Les coccinelles :Vous pouvez chercher vos coccinelles dans les tilleuls, sur les plantes infestées de pucerons. Voilà, si vous avez des questions, je suis là.

Comfort In Any Climate Warmth If you want heat, you admit the sun. The sun heats the mass, the mass stores the heat and the insulation won't let it escape. Coolness If you want coolness, you admit the cooler earth temperature and block the sun. Insulation & Thermal Mass In recent years humans have recognized the fact that insulation can help keep temperature in a shelter. Good insulation has millions of tiny air spaces. Dense mass both collects and stores temperature like a jar holds marbles. The people made shelter by assembling pieces one at a time. We are simply adapting our needs to the already existing activities of the planet. Why pipe water long distances from a centralized community water system, or from an expensive well that needs significant electrical power, depletes aquifers and lowers the water table, when water fall from the sky? Why have a corporate or political "middle man" between us and our energy needs?

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