A time machine built from a large cardboard box.
Build a mechanical butterfly powered by rubber bands
DIY Oat Milk… and more
It's so easy and fast to make your own oat milk using a good quality nut milk bag--and it tastes great! Good instructions for making your own are in the video below and on the humblenutmilkbag.com and downshiftology's websites. I find many ways to use the Dancing...
No-Turn Composting: Build a Bio-Reactor!
Not all compost is the same. Healthy biologically active compost is not only a way to provide plants with nutrients, if done right, it can infuse soil with LIFE--and thus is far better for both sequestering carbon in soil and better for the plants too. To create great...
Who doesn't love a good pizza? As the temperature rises to three digits, the LAST thing we need or want is more heat inside our home, especially if we live without air-conditioning. So, rather than heat up the kitchen, I set out...
Spring at Dancing TreePeople Farm
The poppies are out in full splendor. Sheep are browsing, sun is shining. We do need more rain, but oh what a beautiful spring.
Stir the Brew
Compost tea innoculates soil with beneficial microorganism. Plants LOVE this magical brew. You Will Need: A 5-gallon bucketA mesh bag1-2 cup of active compost as an inoculantNon-chlorinated water (use well water, rainwater, or let your tap water sit for at least 24...
This takes awhile, but WOW are these olives fantastic. I started in November and they were ready by March--and taste great! Good instructions on honest-food.net website. I keep the giant glass jar in the refrigerator. They make a great addition to any potluck with...
Build a Solar Oven Like This
It's clean, it's simple, it's inexpensive. And it's beautiful. For about a hundred dollars in materials, you can build yourself a solar oven from two cardboard boxes. Did you know that the Sun provides Earth with more energy in a DAY than humans use in an entire...
Regenerating soil and land under solar panels
This is a very good idea:https://www.greenbiz.com/article/dual-use-solar-farms-welcome-nature-back-land