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Instead of commercial fertilizer, chicken droppings fall through wire mesh strung across the pool’s deep end, nourishing the algae & duckweed in the pond below. The tilapia eat the pond plants, release their own nitrogen-rich excrement, & the fish water then gets funneled (using a solar-powered electric pump) into the hydroponics system that grows the family produce.

Dennis and Danielle McClung have turned a broken swimming pool into a self-contained ecosystem that pumps out veggies and fish. Beat that!

I made this battery charger/tool shelf for our shop at work, I have a terminal strip mounted behind the charger shelf plugged in to a timer that  will run long enough to keep a charge on the batteries. I used 4" pvc for the drill holder and 6" for the sawzall holder, the 6, pieces of pipe above the saw are 1-1/2 pvc and I use those for blade storage:

battery charger/tool shelf with a terminal strip mounted behind the charger shelf plugged in to a timer that will run long enough to keep a charge on the batteries.

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No room for a night stand? This corner shelf could provide extra storage and be a nice place to put a book and your phone when space is tight.

Here's one person's take on what a 100' x 50' home lot can provide as a small farm - tomorrows adventures | tomorrows adventures

Here's one person's take on what a x home lot can provide as a small farm. Depending upon your local city codes you may not be able to have things like the pigs (maybe goats, if any meat / dairy animal at all).

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"A Half-Acre Farm- a page from my favorite book, Country Life: A Handbook for Realists and Dreamers by Paul Heiney" I like the idea of plotting out where things would go. This is a smaller farm, so we could be flexible.

How to Build a 50 Dollar Greenhouse — See how to build this fantastic greenhouse for around 50 bucks or less if you can use your head!

How to Build a 50 Dollar Greenhouse — See how to build this fantastic greenhouse for around 50 bucks or less if you can use your head!

Learn how to grow dragon fruit, it’s one of the most strange looking subtropical fruit you’d like to grow in your garden. Growing dragon fruit is fairly easy both outdoors or in the pot.

Learn how to grow dragon fruit, it’s one of the most strange looking subtropical fruit you’d like to grow in your garden. Growing dragon fruit is fairly easy both outdoors or in the pot. - My Gardening Today