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Converting a very used gas power lawnmower into a solar charged, low emission, almost silent, lawn cutting machine.
Year round veggies in a homemade, just under the permitting limit, strawbale greenhouse.
A very hot (400 °F) parabolic solar cooker. Made from an reclaimed satellite dish using bicycle powered tools.
A scary earthen oven that uses three layers to maximize efficiency, and all three types of heat to maximize the flavor.
Recent winners of the $25,000 Economic Fuel award. Wild Chick Farm pecks ahead on local sustainable chicken raising.
Homemade house paints - exposed, exploited, examined and explained.
Are you on a purified water grid? Frustrated at flushing your bodily waste with some of the cleanest drinking water in the world? Do something about it.
Creating a solar cooker out of local invasive species and waste materials in order to pasteurize water and be an alternative to the use of fossil fuels for cooking food.
Nutsy, the modified Universal Nut Sheller for home use.
Determine the cost inputs and energy outputs of small scale ethanol production from local and conventional sources.
The WaterPod's only cooking appliance for the entire summer voyage. Discovery News says, "If rising ocean levels force us to figure out how to float, it might not be an entirely bad thing. Especially if the food tastes like this."
Recreating a failing greywater marsh at the Arcata Educational Farm.
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