Natalie learned carpentry skills in a number of workshops but noticed that many of the women watched while the men “did the things.” She had a passion for permaculture and sustainable building and wanted to create a safe space where women could get hands-on building experience to create their own homes! So she started Wild Abundance.
Her own log tiny house (which has been added onto over the years and is now “small” rather than “tiny”) sits on the property where she does workshops, but there are also lots of educational videos on her website which you can learn from. In the video below, you can see her amazing hand-crafted home.
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Her Log Cabin with Soapstone Sink & Wood Oven That Heats Water
Notice the cool rooftop greenhouse!
She really enjoys her soaking tub!
VIDEO: Self-Built Log Cabin Tiny Home Promotes Alternative Living
- She has a soapstone sink that absorbs the sun’s heat and radiates it into the house
- The wood-powered oven also heats hot water in the winter
- The former covered porch became her daughter’s bedroom
- In the office there are two long counters, one with beautiful views of the property
- Her bedroom is up in the “cave” in the attic space.
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