In this natural home Agnes and Harrie live sustainably, yet super comfy. Featuring things like a heat pump, natural insulation, a rocket stove and straw bale construction. ‘t Natuurlijk Huus is a place where the boundaries of sustainable technology are explored.
Website ‘t Natuurlijk Huus.
Peter and his family are homesteading their way to more financial freedom. With simple green techniques and natural materials like straw-bales and cob he is building his own sustainable house. Their ultimate aim is to live self-sufficiently with very little money.
Visit their blog (Dutch) by clicking here.
We visit Hans Roverts, who turned a ruin into a magical house using natural and salvaged materials. ‘Shortage stimulates creativity’ is his motto. He also does initiations to help boys become men. He calls his project ‘De Natuurlijke Tijd’ or ‘Natural Time’.
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We visited Nynke and Benjamin, who live in a Yurt in the Netherlands. Learn all about why they do this, and why they persist despite the challenges they face.
Ecolonie houses a vibrant, ecological community. While cycling through France we came across this fascinating place where co-founder Henk-Jan de Blaauw shared his vision on living in an integrative way.
Click here for the website of ECOlonie.
Our amazing introduction video. No need for more words. Just watch it.
We visit Strowijk Nijmegen IEWAN. These are actually council flats, but not your usual crappy appartments. No no, these are state-of-the art straw-bale structures, with a focus on sustainability, chock-full of features to reduce the impact on the planet.
Visit IEWAN: http://www.iewan.nl/