Many sustainable homes are also farms. This seperate page is devoted to those
people who not only live in homes that are sustainable (energy effecient,
off grid, recycleing, etc...) but who also grow food
for themselves and for others. See Sustainable
Homes for non-farming related information. See
"food" for information on foods and diet.
Video interview with a women who is growing food for herself and neighbors in her back yard. She also has a compelete rain catchment system with a drip watering system.+
http://www.pathtofreedom.com Urban sustainability in Pasadina
California. Growing just about all thier food, biodiesel, power, etc... on
a 1/5 acre lot.+
Were a man and wife, in our 20s, living off the grid in West Texas.
Four years ago, we bought 20 acres of desert, and weve been slowly
spreading into it.
Integral Urban House is a research project of the Farallones Institute, Berkeley
CA. As far as I know, they do not have a web site of thier own, but they
do have bees, aquaculture (fish for food) in a small pond, and humanure via
an experimentally licenced Clivus Multrum
North Country Farms is a 4 acre organic family farm with two tropical bed
and breakfast cottages, located just east of the rural and historical town
of Kilauea on the lush north shore of Kauai, the Garden Island.
http://www.ranchopapagallo.com Temecula, CA ranch sells
range free eggs, goat hair, and promots
http://www.boggycreekfarm.com/ A certified organic farm
that is also a home and shares good
A permaculture house in the West of Irland.+
in Austin, Texas. Water collection, storage, recovery, treatment, wind powered
pumping and ponds.
in New Zeland "Wealth beyond Money"
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