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Instafire

With Instafire, lighting a campfire has never been so easy, simply pour into a pile and light it, then place wood over the top! The unique formulation is both safe and effective with no harmful chemicals or vapors, it comes conveniently packaged for backpacking, camping, and emergency preparedness uses. What is amazing - it burns steady, hot and even in very harsh conditions, including 30 mile-per-hour winds, rain and snow. The leftover ash is an environmentally friendly fertilizer that nourishes the earth.

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GLIDER | SHELTER & RAIN RETENTION SYSTEM

Remember the popular Kammock? (a light-weight camping hammock designed to comfortably sleep one person), now the same guys have launched a new product, the Glider - the first portable shelter with a fully integrated rainwater retention system. The design was inspired by the shape of the sugar glider flying squirrel, the six catenary curves form natural rain gutters, and at the base of the feet there are funnels enabling the attachment of water bottles to collect rai...
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CASA MAMI

When all this coronavirus pandemic craziness is over, you will probably want to escape to somewhere special. Sitting on 2.5 acres of sprawling desert in Pioneertown, CA, at the edge of Joshua Tree National Park, Casa Mami is a 2 bedroom, one bath, eco-friendly overnight design retreat that is perfect for a weekend escape. The minimalist decluttered house only features the essentials, and everything has a purpose. At night the stars are the main event, sit by the pat...
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IBUKU ARCHITECTURE

Ibuku Architecture is committed to the development of bamboo as a sustainable building material. Using only bamboo, they have constructed these incredible buildings for the renowned green school and adjacent green village in the Ayung River Valley in Bali, Indonesia. The master-planned community is inspired by the surrounding jungle and traditional Indonesian architecture, harboring an authentic connection between the residents and their surroundings. By: Tit...
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