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Solar cells on the doorstep of mass production
Using a woodstove to heat your hot water
Jack Stewart knows solar
An electric car as a "second" vehicle
Wind generator questions and answers
The solar composting toilet
Small-scale crayfish farming is a profitable business
Canning stews and veggie soup
Making your own compost is better than buying fertilizer
Goats are great I kid you not
Taxes a good reason for you to start your own small business
Ski fever an alternative to cabin fever
The miracles of peppermint
Backwoods Home Recipes
Carrot recipe tips
Making a double one-seam skirt without a pattern
There's a shark in the refirigerator
Just for kids - Candle making
Just for parents - Homemade teaching toys
Remove toxics from your home by switching to "natural" household cleaners
Some tips on first aid readiness for remote areas
How to deal with hypothermia
How to invest your money in the environment and other good things
Remembering Wisconsin's Peshtigo Fire the greatest natural disaster
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