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Homesteading Family Living Off-Grid

This inspiring off-grid homesteading family lives in a renovated stone earthship. They grow their own food, collect... This inspiring off-grid homesteading family lives in a renovated stone earthship. They grow their own food, collect rainwater, use solar power, have composting toilets, and they have a pond that filters their grey water. On top of living an eco friendly lifestyle, they dedicate their work to important projects like urban gardening and promoting industrial hemp as "Hempbassadors." More
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Tiny Earthship Style Cabin

This mini earthship-style cabin is built with recycled tires and glass bottles, cob, and a gorgeous green roof. It's... This mini earthship-style cabin is built with recycled tires and glass bottles, cob, and a gorgeous green roof. It's a 1-room cabin so the bedroom, kitchen, and dining room are all in one open concept space. The bathroom is the only thing that is separate from the living area. More
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Couple Builds Energy Efficient Passive Solar Home

In this video we meet Casey & Natasha, a conscious couple who built a passive solar home near Ottawa, Ontario,... In this video we meet Casey & Natasha, a conscious couple who built a passive solar home near Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. In addition to orienting their house to face south, they installed overhangs that block the sun to keep it cool during summer months and allow the sun to enter and heat the house during winter months. They also installed a 10 kW solar system that sells clean electricity back to the grid through Ontario's MicroFIT Program and the revenue helps cover their own utility bills. More
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The future of renewable energy is making it look cool

For The Verge and Curbed’s home of the future, renewable energy generation is directly integrated into the design of... For The Verge and Curbed’s home of the future, renewable energy generation is directly integrated into the design of the house. Grant Imahara experiences how the home of the future can both generate its own power and reduce how much energy it needs More
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