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Antiquity Oaks -- How to create a solar oven roaster with potatoes, carrots, and…

solar dehydrator

Many of you are dehydrating food in order to preserve it. In a conversation recently with the Shibaguyz, I promised to post pictures of my solar food dehydrator. I bought it about fifteen or sixtee…

solar panel : make your own

How to Make Heating Solar Panels

Solar Panels- We've looked into making these before, maybe it's time for me to get on him about actually doing it so we can save some money on electric! Zack science project for fifth grade?- does this work?

2-liter bottle of water in roof provides as much light as 60-watt light bulb. Good idea in a garden shed and/or chicken coop.

2 Liter Bottles of Light provide as much light as a 50 watt light globe. The slums of the Philippines are getting an extreme home makeover in the form of two liter bottles in their ceilings. The bottles function as lights powered by solar energy.

Any motivated do-it-yourselfer can learn how to make solar panels for their home, workshop or business.

Leads to a guide for purchase that explains how to build solar panels. Not sure about buying a guide, but something to look into. Solar Power : Its Easy to Learn How to Make Solar Panels

Rain Barrels, Chicken Coops, and Solar Panels

Rain Barrels, Chicken Coops, and Solar Panels

21 Home projects to get you off-grid (rain barrels, chicken coops, and solar panels) - neat green house

How To Get 2000ºF Solar Power: Great For When SHTF - You can build a very powerful system using parts that you can find in any trash dump, and you may even have the parts in your neighborhood. Either way, this project can be done very inexpensively and isn't all that difficult to do.

How To Get 2000 F Solar Power – Great For When SHTF

How To Get Solar Power: Great For When SHTF - You can build a very powerful system using parts that you can find in any trash dump, and you may even have the parts in your neighborhood. Either way, this project can be done very inexpensively and is

by Rebecca Nickols I’m very excited to share this month’s “Coop Coop”. –  It’s full of unique features and gadgets that I know will inspire a lot of our readers. The solar powered aspect is innovative alone, but wait until you see the nesting boxes and coop door opener! Continue reading as Gale Thomas-Goodman describes …

Final touch for my roosting bars.Cool Coops: Solar Powered and Full of Gadgets! -- Community Chickens - tarp under roost for poo, great idea. And using sand.

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