Beginner’s Guide to Chickens

A Beginner’s Guide To Chickens.
Here’s what you need to know to get started with chickens. Chickens are an easy animal to care for and are usually the first food animals homesteaders start with.
This episode covers different types of chickens. Heavy breeds, Bantams, light breeds, game types and more. An old podcast from GRANNY MILLER RADIO

Aussie Couple Builds Off-grid Mobile Home With 2 Containers

Paul Chambers had began building a home out of two shipping containers as a project, but when his wife got tired of suburbia and put their four-bedroom home on the market, his project became the couple’s full-time home (Paul’s ebook: www.buildshippingcontainerhous­e.com)

Kristie Wolfe Builds Underground Home Rural WA Hamlet

Kirsten Dirksen

Inspired by the success of the Hawaii treehouse she built for $11,000, Kristie Wolfe began searching for land to build a “Hobbit”-inspired village. Knowing that there is land to be found for cheap in this country (she bought her Hawaii property for $8000), she began to search the Northwest for sites.

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Why are bees important?


Eco Sapien
Bees are important, right? That seems to be the general consensus. But is it true? And should you still care even if you don’t eat honey. Phil argues that the answer is ‘yes’ and presents his top five reasons that explain just why bees are so important.

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Available: Luxury Ranch Built For Ultimate Survival

HOPE RANCH 203 ACRES CANYON TEXAS SURVIVAL PROPERTY

Listing ID: 33647

Luxury Ranch built for ultimate survival preparedness in the Texas Panhandle Randall County

Constructed over five years at a cost of more than $4 million, this property is a world-class “peace-of-mind” retreat and luxury working ranch with 14,214 square feet of remarkable facilities.

203 (+/-) Acres

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California DIY, shipping container tiny home and a cargo trailer bedroom

Lulu is a single mom who’d gone back to school and didn’t have the time or interest in working full-time to pay for rent. So when she had to move out of her more conventional home, she decided to move herself and her daughter into a shipping container.
With no building experience, Lulu spent just one month cutting windows and a door and installing insulation and a basic kitchen (complete with propane-powered campstove and on-demand water heater).
Then she and her daughter moved into the 8 by 20 foot square foot home, fitting a bed, couch, bookshelf and kitchen cabinets into the 160 square foot box.
When Lulu decided they needed a bit more space, she went from shipping to trucking waste and began to build their bedroom on a used flatbed trailer.
“It’s really mostly built like a shed. It’s a nice looking shed, but it’s really an 8 by 16 shed with windows in it.”
Using only recycled building materials- including used floorboards, windows, cabinets, doors, bathtub, toilet and sinks- she built the entire thing for about $4,000 (trailer included).

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See the Great American Eclipse of August 21, 2017

Total solar eclipse of August 21, 2017 – Landfall on the Oregon coast from Michael Zeiler on Vimeo.

See the Great American Eclipse of August 21, 2017. This animation simulates the view of the Moon's shadow as it enters the US at the Oregon coast. This animated map is built with an accurate imagery and terrain base map utilizing extremely accurate figures for the Moon's shadow developed by NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio. This video can be freely shared on social media, on websites and blogs, and broadcast media. To view this best, download the HD version from Vimeo and watch full-screen on your device.

Learn more at www.GreatAmericanEclipse.com or email greatamericaneclipse@gmail.com for inquiries.