In this weeks episode, we venture to the beautiful sub-tropical Northern Rivers region of New South Wales to visit a spectacular off-the-grid tiny house on wheels, situated amongst stunning syntropic, regenerative, food forest gardens. For anyone who has dreamed of going off-the-grid and escaping to paradise to grow food and live simply, this is a video tour you will want to check out!
This amazing tiny house is situated amongst wonderful syntropic gardens. Similar in many ways to permaculture syntropic farming is a form of dynamic regenerative agricultural forestry which uses a systems thinking approach to create an abundant, healthy, natural food forest. Focus is placed on formation of healthy soil biology and establishing microclimates so that food production and agriculture is synchronised with regeneration of the land. Super cool stuff!
Equally as impressive as the gardens is the amazing off-the-grid tiny house on wheels. The home is solar powered with abundant rain water collection. A composting toilet helps to reduce the homes water consumption. Beautifully designed, there is abundant outdoor living space so that Anthony and Kirra can enjoy year round indoor / outdoor living.
I hope you enjoy the full video tour of this incredible tiny home!
You. can also find out more about Anthony's work in plastic waste reduction via his website: https://www.plasticpollutionsolutions.com.au/
Find out more about this tiny house and others on our website: https://www.livingbiginatinyhouse.com/off-the-grid-tiny-house-stunning-syntropic-food-forest-gardens/
Presented and Produced by: Bryce Langston
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I’m absolutely in love with the gardens around this home. After visiting Anthony and Kirra I started learning more about syntropic agriculture and I’m so excited about the possibilities it presents. It’s always so inspiring to meet people who are so focused on solutions instead of problems. We as humans have such a great ability to be a regenerative force on the planet and it’s so nice to be reminded of that. I hope you all enjoy the video tour of this beautiful off-the-grid home and regenerative garden. Love Bryce & Rasa
I like how costs were included, was less expensive than I expected but I Am left wondering if they own the land or not? Great video, I love alternative living, and the VALUES of it. I cannot commit to living with my boyfriend as he highly and overly values tv….. like to many people. Thanks living Big, I enjoy all your videos and particularly this one, as I am Australian.
what a stunner. it is so calming, beautiful layout, designed superbly. It’s earthy yet “clean”, feminine yet masculine, homey yet metropolitan. The garden is like in a fairy-tale….well done bravo.
The pandemic game the other week, now the gong from Wuhan China, this is getting weird… When were these filmed exactly? lol
Lovely. This design in quite unique.
Ooh. One of my top ten favourites.
Wow, now this is a really fine tiny home set up this couple have. I’m getting more ideas the more I watch your videos Bryce! Well done.
What about mostiquos and other insects… In the outdoor space??
Luxury of the terrace! Appreciate both the video and their cause. Thanks for another beautiful video. Stay safe, cheers!
love Tiny house
OH MY GOD THE DOG
Love it and one day I will have my own tiny home
Wooow!!! I like this one the best of all!!! 🙂
I’ve realized why I’ve grown to love this channel so much.. It teaches me that you can be happy even if you don’t have a huge mansion (which is what we’ve grown up knowing).. I’ve learned where true happiness lies and it’s freedom and nature
Very Kool! This is a great time to start rethinking our lifestyles and look into alternative renewable energy systems!
At the end there was a shot of a gong from Wuhan!
Great story again Bryce…..would love to know more about choosing their housing site (Brought or rented)
Such a big thing to be able to live upto your values and what you believe !!!!