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This is one of the many tiny dens built by Evelyne Adam. The smallest of these can cost as little as 500 Euro ($520) and could last a decade [VIDEO].
Evelyne Adam builds tiny lime and hemp bubble shelters with teardrop doors in France.
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I love it, it would make a nice love dome..lol
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This is the cordwood roundhouse at Denmark Farm in Wales, sitting in their 40 acre nature reserve. The roundhouse was built in 2008 by Tony Wrench leading a collection of over 60 volunteers.
The roundhouse was built in 2008 by Tony Wrench leading a collection of over 60 volunteers. Enjoy the video...
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Bayleaf Farm, with its oak wattle and daub home, has a kitchen garden based on writings from the 14th to 16th centuries. Watch the video for a lesson in permaculture from 500 years ago [VIDEO].
Life on a 16th century farmstead was hard work but beautiful and actually similar to today's organic farmsteads.
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Michelle is building a seriously interesting cob house with wonderful pargeting, a rumford fireplace and other delightful natural components.
A beautiful cob cottage in the making in Victoria, Australia.
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The region where Sami live is called Sápmi. It stretches over Arctic Scandinavia and includes parts of Sweden, Norway, Finland and Russia. In Sweden, where this settlement is, there are about 20,000 Sami living in 51 communities.
Where you can join the Sami people in their everyday activities and learn about their way of life.
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When we want to increase the yield of a crop we need to understand the plant's needs and provide the extra nutrient to replace those we remove when we harvest the plant.
Heavily fruiting plants like walnut, apple and pears will need additional nitrogen to maintain their productivity
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This cottage, with its roundwood pillars, was designed by the architect John Nash. Sadly, when this home was built, there used to be a hamlet of cottages nearby, but the overly rich owners had them removed because they spoilt the view.
Built in 1810, it's a fine example of an ornamental thatched cottage by architect John Nash.
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This is beautiful!
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Lemon Balm has been used for centuries to relax the nerves. It's a member of the mint family and a favourite flower of bees.
Over 300 years after the London Dispensary claimed the herb could 'strengthen the brain', researchers at Northumbria University found that lemon balm can improve cognitive performance.
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I should know, I grow it, Lemon Balm is a very hearty plant, and will grow even in moderately cold climate. Wonderful in ice tea. Dry it and use it in soups.
The size of this plant is enormous. At least 4 feet tall very thick and bushy 
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This amazing wall decorated with clay, bottles and natural pigments is at the Dindang Natural Building School in Thailand, a beautiful place to learn natural building skills [VIDEO].
As modern building methods were introduced the traditional techniques of clay house building were largely forgotten.
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A good way to get the feel of natural materials for building and "one of the most beautiful things a woman can do", Athena Steen.
These sculptures made from natural materials including bamboo, straw, clay, yam vines and black locust wood.
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Jay builds tiny dens, hobbit homes and outdoor classrooms. This one is one of a pair for a school in Norwich, England [VIDEO].
The tiny outdoor classroom in Norwich, England is built using five different timbers, cedar, oak, elm, ash and larch.
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Urbanization and a growing preference for tidy gardens, lawns and a lack of dead wood have decreased the habitat for the likes of wild bees, spiders and ladybugs. Insect hotels provide a much needed home to pollinators and pest controllers.
Insect hotels offer a great and much needed refuge for nature's little helpers.
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