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Playing catch up: Wintery mix
As yet another whopper of a winter storm eyes the Mid-Atlantic, take a moment to cozy up and hunker down with these green home news items.
Fri, Feb 05, 2010 at 10:53 AM
on "How to Use A Stackable Compost Bin." Learn something new every day, right?
New York magazine addresses
the aspiring urban homesteader in a round-up on six decidedly rustic DIY skills to cultivate including woodworking, animal tracking, and butchering.
Fast Company ogles
" The Coolest Humidifier That You've Ever Seen." The ceramic humidifier(s), pictured at left, are from Il Coccio Design and really make me wish that I had a radiator.
Metropolis heads to the woods
for a look at an eco-friendly Boy Scout cabin on Catalina Island, California. It's built from a recycled shipping container and boasts a reclaimed wood deck and solar panels.
Jetson Green phones Homb
with a look at Homb, a line of fetching prefab homes from Method Homes and Skylab Architecture.
Yanko Design admires
designer Louisa Köber's Teelicht (aka Tee Lights), a series of super cute lamps made from rods and secondhand teacups.
TreeHugger is in awe
of a home in Argentina that's made entirely from recycled plastic soda bottles.
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