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Priscilla Short lived off the grid for a year in a strawbale house in Taos NM with no electricity no running water and a wood burning stove for heat. At the end of the year Short returned home to Denver committed to making a smaller ecological footprint by consuming less and conserving more. In Thrifty Green Short offers a unique resource-by-resource approach that shows us that the best way to practice conservation the real win-win involves saving money as we lighten up. In the tradition of Ed Begley Jr.s Living with Ed this book will help you make crucial decisions about transportation heat power light water food and garbage. Peppered with examples of people living both on and off the grid eccentric and ordinary who are deliberately making choices to live with less Thrifty Green is much more than a how-to book. It is a conscientious guide to the art of going green that includes a wealth of terrific tips fun facts and straightforward strategies that will make you think about conservation in a whole new way.

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