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Build a Rocket Stove - Step-By-Step - UPDATED

The best rocket stove design just got better! Airflow was an issue with the original #10 can rocket stove design. I cut some two inch wide "flaps" …

Recycled Cabinet - Mini Glasshouse

Remove walls and replace with glass or perspex and you've got a mini glasshouse or seed incubator. Nice one!

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Rebar Woven Into Composting Shed

Groves-Raines Architects has built a simple gardening shed in the architect’s garden, constructed entirely out of rebar; the bars normally used to …

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Gardening 101: How to Root Herbs in Water

Rooting herbs in water is so easy to do that the first time it happened to me was a surprise. A friend brought me a housewarming gift–a bouquet of …

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Remodelista - Sourcebook for the Considered Home

Today's Design Dispatches<p>A Garage Converted into a Compact Guest Cottage, Courtesy of Mark Lewis<p>by Margot Guralnick<p>August 22, 2018<p>10 Easy Pieces: …

Vegetable Container Gardening

The post Vegetable Container Gardening appeared first on Premeditated LeftoversThese tips on vegetable container gardening include container sizes …

Gardening

Sustainable Style : Rebuilding or Renovating Your Home with Reclaimed Wood

I first talked about reclaimed wood, briefly, in my piece 10 Eco-friendly ways to Renovate your Home. Now, on the heels of Hurricane Sandy many of us …

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Learn how to build your own plastic bottle greenhouse ► http://ana-white.com/2011/04/plastic-bottle-green-house-build-guide

Find out how you can make your own solar panel from aluminum cans. Video link: http://bit.ly/10A9I9Z How it's done: http://bit.ly/mRdNd6 Did you know you can build a solar space heater out of old soda cans? If you've got good sun exposure on one side of your house, you can take advantage of free heat from the sun with this DIY solar heating panel... Like it? Share it! If you’ve got good sun exposure on one side of your house, you can take advantage of free heat from the sun with this DIY solar heating panel, which uses old soda cans to collect and transfer the sun’s energy into your house. Sometimes, low-tech solar devices are much better than high-tech ones for home use, as they not only tend to be cheaper to make, but will also last much longer before any repairs or maintenance are necessary. And even better, they can be built in part from repurposed or recycled components, which is something you don’t see very often in new solar devices. This solar space heater design uses old soda cans to increase the surface area for heat transfer inside of it, and in its most basic design, uses no external power to move the air. Double-glazed glass or polycarbonate panels make up the front of the device, allowing the sun’s rays to enter it while restricting heat loss to the outside air, and the box is also insulated for more efficiency. When exposed to the sun, the air inside the solar heater begins to warm, and as it does, it rises to the top of the box and can be ported directly into the house. For more control over the system, small fans and thermostats can be added, so that warm air enters the house only after the temperature reaches a desired range, and installing adjustable air registers at the outlet lets the system appear almost invisible from inside the living space.

Empty space next to the fridge? Make a Roll-Out Pantry! Instructions: http://bit.ly/19p7QcS

A shady seat Artist Peter Cook sculpted this natural chair by controlling how the tree grew its branches!

To cut a bottle, soak a piece of yarn in nail polish remover. Wrap it around the bottle, light it on fire and let it burn. Then dip bottle in cold water and it should break clean.

How To Make Aluminum Can Shingles For A Roof Project! www.homesteadingsurvivalism.com

You can't beat fresh herbs! What do you have growing in your herb garden? www.homesteadingsurvivalism.com

Jars aren't just for canning! Check out these beautiful lanterns. What have you made with your Ball jars? www.homesteadingsurvivalism.com

Revive a pineapple into a plant! Don't Throw It, Grow It! 68 windowsill plants from kitchen scraps http://tinyurl.com/Dont-Throw-It-Grow-It

The Paradoxical Traits Of Resilient People

Resilient people develop a mental capacity that allows them to adapt with ease during adversity. Like bamboo, they bend but rarely break. How resilient are you?<p>Journalist Hara Estroff Marano once wrote in a <i>Psychology Today</i> article “The Art of Resilience”:<p>“Resilience may be an art, the ultimate art …

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