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How to build an earthbag dome house. Can you imagine if this was your playhouse? Or your storage shed? Earthbag houses are so stable, efficient, and cheap to build that relief workers build them in all sorts of areas where people need shelter in a hurry

How To Build A Earthbag Dome Home http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/ha7e This earthbag dome home is well suited for many purposes. You can use it as a cool getaway space in summer. A warm escape for the winter. Could you live here?

Hobbit Hole Style Root Cellar - How cute! Sister Threads Farm: Building a Root Cellar: Tips and a Collection of Photos

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Build a $300 underground greenhouse for year-round gardening (Video)

Build a $300 underground greenhouse for year-round gardening (Video) : TreeHugger

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Harvesting and Using Dandelion Roots

#Natural Herbal Remedies - Harvesting and drying dandelion roots. http://www.mywellbeingmagazine.com/

Hidden house (secretly: Operation Hobbit Hole) - a well-sheltered underground house with hobbit-style entrance

Wouldn't it be great to have a hobbit hole door coming out of your house! I would love to build a house on a hill and have a secret "hobbit hole" coming out of my basement! The Hobbit/Lord of The Rings (Peter Jackson)

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Eco Homes from the Earth: 7 Ways to DIY

I want to build the kids a play house like this under the back yard.

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How to Grow a Child's Living Den or Playhouse With Willow

How to grow your child a living den or playhouse

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How to Build a Hobbit Hole House

Forget tree houses and mini kitchens ~~ I'm building my children a hobbit hole.

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Regrow your lettuce

Regrow your lettuce - Leave and inch of leaves on bottom of heads of Romaine. Place in water until roots begin to grow. Then plant in container and pick every couple of days as lettuce regrows to keep it growing

A greenhouse right up against the side of the house. I wonder if the humidity causes problems, seeping into the walls of the house? source = www.simondale.net/undercroft.htm