Ethan in this week’s podcast discusses permaculture in tiny homes with Kenton Zerbin.
In this conversation, we’ll learn that Permaculture isn’t some technique or life hack- Rather, it’s an entire way of thinking: A design philosophy that pairs beautifully with tiny homes.
Kenton is a teacher by trade, and he’ll also share how he designed his tiny home to survive off-grid in cold, Canadian winters.
In This Episode:
- Learning and teaching permaculture
- Do you want to own your life or let your life own you?
- Needs and yields: how you connect things together matters
- Water storage in a cold climate: Kenton got creative!
- A large part of efficiency is resiliency: the importance of redundant systems
- Don’t set yourself up for failure
- Kenton’s advice for feeling more connected to others in today’s world
- Realistic ideas about tiny house costs and why
- You can grow food in and on your tiny house
- Navigating with and working with building codes to live legally in your tiny home
- About Kenton’s tiny house workshops and tour
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