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Here's an alternative homestead idea using an old barge and recycled materials based on the idea that with global warming we could lose a lot of land-based housing to rising sea levels.



I found out about it via a local, Seattle-area blogger who wants to use what seems to be an abandoned barge in Lake Washington as pea patch space.
 
We can fix it! We just need some baling wire, some WD-40, a bit of duct tape and this tiny ad:
Learn Permaculture through a little hard work
https://wheaton-labs.com/bootcamp
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