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Powered by the wind and sun, Ecocapsule is the ultimate off-grid micro-home for vagabond vacationers.
Shoppers went gaga for 'Leisurama' vacation homes showcased on the department store's ninth floor in the early 1960s.
This gorgeous flower is more than just decoration. There's a lot of history and symbolism wrapped up with it too.
As California's water crisis continues, drought shaming goes from tattling on neighbors to calling out celebrities.
Forget Pat Conroy ... nothing says 'summer reading' like upcycling bibles and tiny house memoirs.
Whether you want them for eggs or see them as pets, chickens can be fun — if you do your homework.
Honeybees that are between pollination gigs still need to eat. Efforts are underway to keep them from starving when they’re off the clock.
Co-owned by a quartet of couples, Llano Exit Strategy blends communal living and rural solitude.
At Expo 2015, this work of 'bio-digital architecture' stands as a living, breathing spirulina snack machine.
2014 was a rough year for U.S. honeybees, according to a new federal survey. Here's how you can help out your local pollinators.
In terms of cost and environmental impact, the 2-town equine operation elicits more yays than neighs.
These silent and hoppy pests are easy to bring under control with a little know-how.
The many conveniences of a smart home can be enjoyed by interlopers, as well.
The owners of Alabama's Humble Heart Farms are offering their dairy farm to whoever writes the best 200-word essay.
Knowing which critter is targeting your yard can help you figure out how to make it go away.
A residence built for the famed architect's son survived demolition — but can it survive the neighbors?
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