Trump Forest asks people to donate to tree-planting charities to counteract the climate-change contributions the Trump administration is creating through rolling back legislation designed to prevent greenhouse gases.
When you get stuck up a creek without a way to start a fire, you can still save the day with these easy ways to make a campfire with no matches. Now go forth and MacGyver the crap out of this!
Garden ponds are little wildlife oases that can really level up the zen factor of your backyard. Picture it now; you sipping your morning coffee mesmerized by the flitting of the dragonflies or the lazy swish of goldfish tails. Better still, making your backyard pond from these awesome upcycled items can mean you get more zen for less dough. Now that's relaxing!
Liam Culbertson and Rachel Newby managed to scrounge materials they needed to build their very own tiny house for under $400 US dollars!
Bummed about the bees? Me too. That's why I wanted to create a bee-friendly garden. An urban refuge, if you will, where our furry little bee buds can come and take a break from the hubbub of life and gather a little pollen while they’re at it.
So you told a joke around the campfire and all you got was crickets? Save the day by impressing your camping buddies with this little trick; telling the temperature using crickets!
The Swedish Log Fire is a safe, resilient way to create the ultimate cooking fire. Whether it's a starry, starry night, or your're mired in rain, wind or snow, the Swedish log is going to cook your dinner like a boss! It couldn't be easier to make and it's a real feather in your camping hacks quiver.
Teach your kid some mad skills, have fun and make cool toys from used materials. These awesome upcycled toys and recycled toys are an easy and fun way to introduce basic electronics, photography, woodwork and science techniques.