Video: With the rise in agritourism, small farmers are less reliant on agriculture to make a living. More than 23,000 U.S. farms are currently making extra money from creative attractions that are immune to fluctuations in crop prices or weather patterns.
Instead of filling a small storage space attached to their carport with old exercise equipment and boxes of junk, Craige and Jennifer Walters transformed it into a 150-square-foot tiny house with plenty of midcentury modern flair.
Although not expected to be as bone-chillingly brutal as what we experienced early this month, there's another cold front due to wrap much of the country in a frigid embrace. A perfect opportunity for crafting and Cat Bingo if there ever was one!
As buzz grows around the Lloyd District's Hassalo on Eighth development and its record number of long-term bike parking spots, the City of Roses becomes an even better place to get around on two wheels.
A pair of preservation-minded architects are giving away a historic 1926 bungalow sold as a mail order kit home by Sears. But there's one catch: the new 'buyer' must cover the costs of relocating it to another site.
Realizing that not all gardeners have the time or carpentry skills to construct a conventional raised garden bed, a Portland-based startup releases a modular garden bed system made from recycled plastic that's literally a snap to assemble.