tinyhousecanada:

A growing number of people are choosing to shun the conventional option of a foundation, mortgage and spare room in favour of a house the size of the average suburban garage. So what exactly is a tiny house, why is it so appealing, and what is it like to actually live in one?
overgrowthesystem.com

Author: Steph Wetherell

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@1 day ago with 848 notes
I love the walls and the ceiling.

I love the walls and the ceiling.

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@1 day ago with 1140 notes
#note to self 

rollership:

hempcrete petrifies vegetable matter

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@1 month ago with 75 notes

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@1 month ago with 61 notes

faerie-mama:

northernhinterland:

Wild Mushroom Dyes with Folk Fibers.

This is the coolest thing I’ve ever seen!!

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@2 months ago with 2066 notes
#natural #dyes #mushroom #fungi #mycelium 
yellowtulipfinch:

Draw knife time. Making wild cherry tool handles and le lady is making medicine with the bark.

yellowtulipfinch:

Draw knife time. Making wild cherry tool handles and le lady is making medicine with the bark.

@2 months ago with 20 notes
@2 months ago with 30983 notes

Simple DIY: Make A $399 Air Conditioner For About $19 

@3 months ago with 16 notes
biodiverseed:

I was very lucky to have horticulture as an elective in my high school. If I hadn’t had that trade course, I probably wouldn’t have ended up being employed in a greenhouse after school, and thus really getting into gardening in my late teens.
If I had discovered this passion even earlier, I probably wouldn’t have ended up with a useless anthropology degree!
I can’t imagine my life without horticulture now.
#health

Hey, anthropology isn’t worthless!!! But horticulture is definitely awesome :3

biodiverseed:

I was very lucky to have horticulture as an elective in my high school. If I hadn’t had that trade course, I probably wouldn’t have ended up being employed in a greenhouse after school, and thus really getting into gardening in my late teens.

If I had discovered this passion even earlier, I probably wouldn’t have ended up with a useless anthropology degree!

I can’t imagine my life without horticulture now.

#health

Hey, anthropology isn’t worthless!!! But horticulture is definitely awesome :3

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@1 day ago with 2293 notes
rollership:

“Building Earthen Homes Using the Original DIY Material
Adobe, cob, compressed earth blocks and clay-straw building methods are labor-intensive but tremendously rewarding.
By Clarke Snell
Photo by WARREN KRILENKO”

rollership:

Building Earthen Homes Using the Original DIY Material

Adobe, cob, compressed earth blocks and clay-straw building methods are labor-intensive but tremendously rewarding.

By Clarke Snell

Photo by WARREN KRILENKO”

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@1 week ago with 660 notes

So, I've decided that no trash will... - The Polish Ambassador | Facebook 

TRASH BRICKS packed into earthen building!!!! RIGHT ON.

@1 month ago with 2 notes
#note to self #sustainability #earthen #building #cob #adobe #repurpose #reuse 
charmcityecovillage:

Plastic Bottle greenhouse

charmcityecovillage:

Plastic Bottle greenhouse

@2 months ago with 209 notes
yellowtulipfinch:

Made myself a tulip poplar pack. Bedazzling too come.

Beeeeeautiful!

yellowtulipfinch:

Made myself a tulip poplar pack. Bedazzling too come.

Beeeeeautiful!

@2 months ago with 35 notes
yellowtulipfinch:

Mullein harvest for medicine, smoking blend and a hand drill kit.

Love you and miss you, beautiful one.

yellowtulipfinch:

Mullein harvest for medicine, smoking blend and a hand drill kit.

Love you and miss you, beautiful one.

@2 months ago with 54 notes

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