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Semilleros con hueveras de cartón

Semilleros con hueveras de cartón

Make a solar water heater for under $5  ...other goodies here too.

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DIY Solar Food Dehydrator

DIY Solar Energy Items, 4 Off Grid Projects; It always seems complicated to build your own solar powered items, but it really isn'.

Self watering planter made from recycled wine bottles.  I'm thinking these would be perfect for herbs or african violets!

self watering planter made from recycled wine bottle. perfect for indoor fall greenery. Maybe I can use this for my indoor herbs!

Building a sun-powered food dehydrator is a great alternative to an electric dehydrator. You can make your own delicious dried fruits, vegetables and herbs!  http://www.ehow.com/how_2310039_build-dehydrator.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage

How to Build a Dehydrator

Build a sun-powered food dehydrator instead of using an electric dehydrator to save energy and money.

woven gift-wrap in pretty pastel colors

Woven gift-wrap // pastel edition ^_^

This DIY "Woven Gift Wrap" is unbe-weave-ably pretty! I love the pastel colors used in this simple but fresh gift wrapping idea. Just about anyone can do this easy DIY.

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How to Build a Small Greenhouse

How to Build a Small Portable Greenhouse - good to start seeds or small vegetables (basil, parsley, salad, cilantro.

Solar dehydrator -- "I based it off a plan in The Solar Food Dryer by Eben Fodor which I borrowed from the library. The materials were nearly all things I already had -- hardware, casters, glass, metal and wood."

Solar dehydrator -- "I based it off a plan in The Solar Food Dryer by Eben Fodor which I borrowed from the library. The materials were nearly all things I already had -- hardware, casters, glass, metal and wood.

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