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Real Homes: Small, Frugal and Green

Lisa F.
lisa.f.organizer
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Portland, ME
Post #: 2,141
Xiknawi M
user 8311780
South Portland, ME
Post #: 69
Thanks Lisa,
Great ideas. I think it's essential for us to begin thinking this way, or alternatively sharing space.
Within this article is a link, http://www.yesmagazine.org/planet/reclaim-recycle-and-reimagine-your-house­ to a Ted talk by Dan Phillips who is a master builder/ designer using recycled materials. This 17 minute talk is more philosophical than nuts and bolts. He discusses how we get locked into conformity, and accept waste as the norm, while images of his work scroll in the background.
A former member
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Oh, I love his work! Here's his site, with some pretty inspiring project ideas.
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