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Walls built Out of Pallets for free
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Garden of Eden

Walls built Out of Pallets for free

http://www.intothegardenofeden.com A key factor in sustainability is to use what is abundantly available and harvestable for free. If you buy something at a store, even if it is used for a "sustainable" project it is far less sustainable that utilizing something that is harvestable for free. There are many things that can be built out of pallets; walls are one of them. This is a fast, strong and sustainable wall that serves its purpose perfectly. This wall can also be upgraded to be a living wall, which then becomes structure AND growing system! Pallets are abundantly available, and the possibilities are vast. Start building with pallets! ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ The Garden of Eden is the most sustainable organization in the state of Texas (and probably the nation). We're focused on our values of integrity, honor, responsibility, accountability, freedom, and family, and spend our lives feeding, clothing, housing, and educating people. Our Eden Knights live on less than $1 a day each, and we feed 40,000 free meals a year without government assistance, corporate sponsorship, or rich benefactors! We have a negative carbon footprint; use composting toilets; grow food; cook year-round on outdoor, wood-burning rocket stoves we built by hand from earth; reduce/reuse/recycle; shower from our well; and barter and trade for most of the goods and services we require. We are 100% dedicated to PROCEEDS NOT PROFITS; everything we offer is by donation to our humanitarian works and social outreach.
Green House Consciousness
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Garden of Eden

Green House Consciousness

http://www.intothegardenofeden.com This is an awesome video that explains all the important facets of the perfect green house for whatever your location and purpose is. With true sustainability there is no system no formula no absolute rules. True sustainability is about adapting to your specific environment, utilizing whatever is abundantly available for harvest and working with the natural wildlife of the area. In this video, Quinn shares the way green houses work and what factors are important to consider so that you can research, design and build an ideal green house for your specific situation as sustainably as possible. Less is more~*~ ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ The Garden of Eden is the most sustainable organization in the state of Texas (and probably the nation). We're focused on our values of integrity, honor, responsibility, accountability, freedom, and family, and spend our lives feeding, clothing, housing, and educating people. Our Eden Knights live on less than $1 a day each, and we feed 40,000 free meals a year without government assistance, corporate sponsorship, or rich benefactors! We have a negative carbon footprint; use composting toilets; grow food; cook year-round on outdoor, wood-burning rocket stoves we built by hand from earth; reduce/reuse/recycle; shower from our well; and barter and trade for most of the goods and services we require. We are 100% dedicated to PROCEEDS NOT PROFITS; everything we offer is by donation to our humanitarian works and social outreach.
How to grow beyond organic food, SWEET POTATOES
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Garden of Eden

How to grow beyond organic food, SWEET POTATOES

http://www.intothegardenofeden.com The Garden of Eden is the most sustainable operation in the state and one of the most sustainable in the entire country. The GOE saved 300,000 lbs of trash from the landfill in one year as well as fed tens of thousands of free meals. The GOE is a proceeds not profits and because the inhabitants live on only $1 a day 99% of all proceeds go into building more sustainable infrastructure to help thousands as well as free education and humanitarian outreach projects. You can find lots of info on The GOE on the web site as well as tons of free knowledge in our blogs and videos. Anything is possible~ Dare to live the dream~*~ ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ The Garden of Eden is the most sustainable organization in the state of Texas (and probably the nation). We're focused on our values of integrity, honor, responsibility, accountability, freedom, and family, and spend our lives feeding, clothing, housing, and educating people. Our Eden Knights live on less than $1 a day each, and we feed 40,000 free meals a year without government assistance, corporate sponsorship, or rich benefactors! We have a negative carbon footprint; use composting toilets; grow food; cook year-round on outdoor, wood-burning rocket stoves we built by hand from earth; reduce/reuse/recycle; shower from our well; and barter and trade for most of the goods and services we require. We are 100% dedicated to PROCEEDS NOT PROFITS; everything we offer is by donation to our humanitarian works and social outreach.
How to build with pallets, a chicken coop made of free materials part 6
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Garden of Eden

How to build with pallets, a chicken coop made of free materials part 6

http://www.intothegardenofeden.com Be sure to watch parts 1-5 before or after this one at The Garden of Eden Vortex youtube site. Sustainability is important. This is a great example of sustainable building from a sustainable consciousness. Sustainable building is fun and fulfilling. Go green. Be green. Build green. Live green. Support sustainable possibilities. The possibilities are infinite. This is a recording of a workshop in The Garden of Eden a sustainable eco village in Texas. Chickens are a very efficient productive sustainable possibility for an eco system. So building the best chicken coop is important and making sure that the chickens are protected and taken care of is essential. This is how to build out of pallets sustainable. How to build a chicken coop out of free salvaged and recycled materials. ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ The Garden of Eden is the most sustainable organization in the state of Texas (and probably the nation). We're focused on our values of integrity, honor, responsibility, accountability, freedom, and family, and spend our lives feeding, clothing, housing, and educating people. Our Eden Knights live on less than $1 a day each, and we feed 40,000 free meals a year without government assistance, corporate sponsorship, or rich benefactors! We have a negative carbon footprint; use composting toilets; grow food; cook year-round on outdoor, wood-burning rocket stoves we built by hand from earth; reduce/reuse/recycle; shower from our well; and barter and trade for most of the goods and services we require. We are 100% dedicated to PROCEEDS NOT PROFITS; everything we offer is by donation to our humanitarian works and social outreach.