Rustic recycled small buildings in Minnesota
Louie Frazier's Yukon flashlight
Solar bottles of light
Great book on San Francisco area wild food
Treehouse in Washington #1
Traditional woodworking with hand tools
Cae Mabon - An Eco-Retreat Centre in North Wales
Godfrey Stephen's frog carving
Wondermill Grain Mill
News Flash!! Jay Shafer Taking His Tumbleweed Tiny House to Occupy Wall Street NYC
A week of no rain, kayaks and firewood in review.
Update on the homestead.
Lloyd meditates on the essentials of shelter and our memories of home.
A progress update on our book Tiny Homes On the Move
A review of hammers of friend Jack Fulton.
A review of the Husqvarna hatchet.
Review of a great axe made by Vipukirves.
Chainsaw safety equipment.
Green building expert Lloyd Kahn reviews Kevin Kelly’s new book Cool Tools, an amazing book for the homesteader, builder or anyone who likes cool tools.
The best rat trap I have ever owned.
Introducing our new chickens.
Here is a great article on straw bale gardening.
A compendium of modern nomadic sweats.
An introduction to the North House Folk School.
New photos of Lloyd House's Leaf House
Green building guru Lloyd Kahn recounts his favorite new discoveries from the Puyallup, Wash., MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIR.
Website links to earthbag building projects.
When Steve Sikora and Lynette Erickson-Sikora restored Frank Lloyd Wright's first small, affordable home, they discovered how green the iconic architect really was.
Wabi-sabi has infused Western design for centuries—though its advocates rarely knew it. It’s in the plain, efficient homes built by the Shakers, the unsentimental Arts and Crafts style, Frank Lloyd Wright's Prairie houses and midcentury furniture.