Sea Ranch: NorCal community blends nature with communal & private space

“In 1965, a group of young architects- inspired by the local Pomo Indians’ belief in “living lightly on the land”- began planning a community where the buildings blend with the terrain and instead of yards, there are “commons”: miles of … Continue reading →

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Dec 9, Faux Verdigris – make your own patina

Make your own patina with Faux Verdigris…

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Incredible Mini Earthship Tour – Tiny Off-Grid House with Solar Power

“In this video, we tour a mini earthship style cabin at the Terra Perma community to learn how the building is designed to produce heat, water, and power; all while being 100% off-grid. The interior design of the tiny house … Continue reading →

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Build an Indigenous Village at Standing Rock

“This is an incredible time of positive change! Time to bring traditional structures and lifeways back in new and exciting ways! Standing Rock is bringing together Indigenous led Water Protectors and Earth Warriors in profound ways, supporting the just transition … Continue reading →

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Top 3 DIY Survival Projects that Could Save Your Life in the Coming Collapse

Exclusive content for The Prepper Project.com by Owen Geiger Anyone who is awake can clearly see the social and economic turmoil all around us. The need to prepare has never been more clear. The three DIY projects described in this … Continue reading →

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Dec 6, Shabby Corbels – an exclusive diy tutorial

Shabby Corbels – or, rustic mantel holders, but that doesn’t have the same ring to it – if you’re into shabby chic and country style, these are for you…

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Tiny House Magazine

Q: Is the Tiny House Magazine available in print form? A: No unfortunately it is not. It costs thousands of dollars a month to produce a print magazine and I am not in a position to publish it in that … Continue reading →

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Maps for Choosing Safe Places to Live

In your search for land, you might find what appears to be the perfect homestead site only to find out later the groundwater is polluted or the area is slated for massive fracking. Therefore it’s prudent to do as much … Continue reading →

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The Mongolian Yurt: A Beautiful & Low Cost Tiny House Alternative

“We met up with Rivkah from Groovy Yurts (www.groovyyurts.com) to learn about the traditional hand-painted yurts (gers) they import directly from Mongolia, and we also helped her team set one up at the Tiny House Festival this summer. It was … Continue reading →

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