I love the look of these Hoosier cabinets. They could be ideal in a tiny house.
Sweet cob house with an earthen roof. Check out “The Year of Mud: Cob & Natural Building”
Interested in learning more about biodynamic farming? Here’s a conference that may shed some light.
“Join us on November 14-18, 2012, at the beautiful Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center in Madison, WI, for an extraordinary event — the 2012 North American Biodynamic Conference. This biennial conference will bring together hundreds of farmers, gardeners, educators, activists, and interested newcomers for five days of inspiring keynotes, informative workshops, networking, exhibits, film screenings, art, and organic and biodynamic foods. This year’s theme, Sacred Agriculture: Creating a New Relationship with the Earth, will focus on how we can build a sacred relationship to the earth through farming, gardening, and transformational work in our communities.”
Have you seen this? What a great idea!
“The Kelly Kettle®, also known as the Volcano Kettle, has been an essential piece of kit for Irish fishermen for generations. Quickly boiling water using virtually any fuel, the Kelly Kettle lets you enjoy a freshly brewed cup of tea or coffee in minutes rather than the stale version you can look forward to from a flask. Compact, durable and lightweight and can be operated with virtually any fuel: sticks, dry grass, heather, birch bark, pine cones, even dry camel dung!?d”