Eden Project is the largest greenhouse in the world built in Cornwall UK, in Geodesic domes, to show that humans can work
Between 30 to 40 percent of the United States’ food supply is wasted. Vermicomposting keeps that garbage out of the landfill
Aquaponics combines two growing methods, aquaculture and hydroponics, to create a self-contained, well-balanced ecosystem.
In the early 90s, Mark and Jen Shepard bought a degraded corn farm in Viola, Wisconsin, and began to slowly convert it from
Syntropic farming is a new and ancient permaculture practice that can be implemented in any region, in any climate, in limitless
A majestic journey through Japan, Korea, and the United States that turns our perceptions of food (and life) upside down
Former Army tech Larry Johnson has spent his career improving computer and telephone systems so when he saw inefficiencies
The Eagleyew house is a beautifully sculpted custom green home built with nearly 100% natural materials! The light clay
The following is a recipe extracted from the "Canning For Beginners Collection". A collection of mini ebooks designed to
The following is a recipe extracted from...
"A Cabin Full of Food - Everything You Need To Know To Fill Your Pantry From
Bryce and Misty have spent the last 12 years building a cob home, homesteading, living off the grid, and homeschooling their
“The nation that destroys its soil destroys itself.” - Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Finding a solution to combat climate
Why do we not see more Bamboo Architecture and Bamboo Design?
With a growth rate of up to a meter/day - the world record
This off-the-grid home in Adelaide, Australia is something completely different! An Earthship is a radically sustainable
I grew 235 lbs Of Potatoes in 200 square foot Without Watering. I wanted to show how many potatoes you could grow in a space
Is market gardening profitable? How much money does it take to start a farm? How can you be sure you can provide a constant
I want to share my enthusiasm of watching how plants respond to human care and nurturing, and to convey that enthusiasm
Paula and Bill Lishman spent many winters in a poorly-insulated A-frame cabin before realizing they needed to go underground