How to Build a Tiny, Off-Grid House for $2500 (Video)

August 30, 2011 by  
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Image credit: Paul Wheaton From life inside a tiny, 7’x12′ portable house to touring an infamous roundhouse , we’ve been pretty fascinated by the DIY tiny house movement. Here’s a great video on how to build your own tiny, cordwood, off-grid roundhouse—including some detailed tips and ideas on both the drawbacks and strengths of this particular approach…. Read the full story on TreeHugger

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More on Monsanto, Agribusiness Interests Guiding US Diplomacy From Wikileaks

August 30, 2011 by  
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US diplomatic cables newly released by Wikileaks furthers the picture previously leaked cables began painting–that the United States pushes agribusiness interests, such as those of Monsanto, overseas pressuring nations to accept genetically modified crops . Via Food Whistleblower and

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An Edible Schoolyard in Durham: How Kids Grow (Video)

January 13, 2010 by  
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We’re big fans of edible schoolyards. From Alice Waters’ original edible schoolyard efforts in California to one school’s garden in the arid deserts of Arizona the concept is reconnecting kids with their food and each other

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