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off-the-grid homes made of recycled garbage



Mike Reynolds, 76, started building “earthships” in Taos, New Mexico, more than half a century ago. For many years, most people thought he was nuts.

Why is this idiot using garbage to build with, and why is this idiot trying to make buildings that don’t need utilities?” said Reynolds, summarizing what people thought of him.

Now this self-proclaimed idiot is looking pretty smart because more and more people are not just interested, they’re buying in.

“Covid and climate change are causing a current spike. So yes, this is getting to be the right place and the right time for these ideas to really be accepted more than they’ve ever been accepted before. It used to be they just scared people,”…


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