This is all about the fun ways we can create our home spaces. Thankfully, a lot of us are starting to think more about smaller homes again, or even multi-generational homes.
Whether you are building, renovating, remodelling, or making your home more energy efficient, lets explore the ways that we can all make better use of our spaces in a way that reduces our footprint on the planet.
As well, many of us are trying to live with less impact on the earth, as people need to be thinking about 50 generations down the road, not just the next election. Tell us how you are making changes in your lifestyle, for a better world.
Archive for the Sustainable Homes and Living Category
“Help Build first Hemp tiny house in Washington State for Senior Citizens – with Solar Panels on the Roof. Share Widely – Gofundme – https://www.gofundme.com/helpseniorsbuildtinyhouses Senior citizen Pat Rasmussen is building the first industrial hemp insulated tiny house on a … Continue reading →
“Artist Ezio Cusi’s house is a work of art —and also built smart. The timber-framed house with light clay walls is made with mostly local natural materials. For the cold winters, it has an annualized geo-solar system (AGS) which in … Continue reading →
This is a new building code system that city planners are trying to implement in Austin, TX. “CodeNEXT is a plan is to effectively do away with old fashioned things like neighborhood zoning and building use restrictions. Those are too … Continue reading →
As Buckminster Fuller so poignantly said, “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” So close your eyes, breathe deeply and relax. Now start to imagine … Continue reading →
Our Natural Building Blog covers various topics including ways to restore degraded land for growing food and homesteading. The Natural Farmer shares a good story about Peter Ash of Embracing the World who helped restore some highly contaminated land in … Continue reading →