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Welcome to my tiny house in Orlando, Florida where I live simply and sustainably! I built this tiny house along with friends for under $1,500, with nearly 100% secondhand materials and while creating near zero waste- just 30 pounds of trash!
This setup allows me to live simply so that I can dedicate my time to the service of others and the earth. It also serves as a demonstration site for those who desire to live simply and sustainably.
In this tour I show you the inside of my tiny 100 square foot house, my outdoor kitchen with greywater, my rainwater shower and rainwater collection system, my closed loop compost toilet, my garden and more!
I also discuss minimalism, simple living, voluntary simplicity and more.

I have created an FAQ to answer most every question that has arisen about my tiny house. You can read that at http://www.robgreenfield.tv/tinyhousefaq

To learn about the build and more details you can watch this video and read this guide: http://robgreenfield.tv/tinyhousebuild/

Video filmed and edited by Brandon Kari http://brandonkari.com

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Rob Greenfield is an adventurer, activist, and humanitarian for a sustainable and just world. He donates 100% of his media income to grassroots nonprofits. His YouTube channel is a source for all things sustainable living, off the grid, simple living, zero waste, tiny house, grow your own food, cycling, and green.

Find Rob Greenfield on:
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https://www.RobGreenfield.tv

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florence tety says:

I am agreed with you.
Many times we enjoy our pleasure which is others burden. It is called nature balancing.

Emaline Delapaix says:

Wonderful, informative and inspirational video. Thank you, will definitely be sharing far and wide!

luz naranjo says:

Hi Rob I live in Fort Lauderdale and would greatly appreciate a listing of all you’ve planted and foraged from while your stay here in Florida. What method did you use for gardening? In your 200 day video you mentioned interns took care of your garden while you were away. Do you recommend interns to help me start my edible garden. I already have bananas, gandules, star fruit, Barbados cherry, soursop, avocado, miracle berry, Moringa, jabudacaba, grosella, olive, a vertigrow system, a truckload of mulch, an amazing rainwater system that I haven’t been able to put together by myself. All I need is for someone to teach me how to grow my own garden with sweet potato, yuca, greens tomatoes, Seminole pumpkin etc. You got any suggestions.

Ben Wright says:

"Waste is just a resource out of place!!!"

Ben Wright says:

i love this

Gracia Petallana says:

This will definitely our must have copy for our little cabin. Im excited to do it!

Sarayu Srik says:

This is amazing…lot of thought into life…Living intentionally! God bless you:)

Vin Tech says:

This man was probably a monk in his past life. To have his minimalist mindset does not come naturally to most people, especially in this materialistic country.

Chaz Chillings says:

You so impressed me. I stopped using toilet paper recently. Btw what was that plant name that has the paper replacement?

Analee Francisco says:

Very inspirational life…Simple but full of smile and love…..πŸ˜˜πŸ‘

anwesh peddineni says:

You are inspiring me and many others. Subscribe to his channel guys, thank me later.

Michel Gilberti says:

I love it all! you are living the dream! I can't wait to see where you land next!

Living Big In A Tiny House says:

Wow!! This amazing.. 😍

Maw Greenjeenz says:

Excellent! I have been working toward a simpler life for some time myself. Right here (Indiana) and now, it's livestock and fences and inefficient wood heat and lots of electricity. Vehicles, insurances, etc. BUT I'm planting lots of nuts to provide fat and protein later on, experimenting with a living house made with willow walls, and learning about earthen wood burning appliances. Already have lots of garden space and do more canning and freezing than I really prefer. But like you said, just working to do better all the time.

Gina P says:

You're an inspiration and I think its most admirable what you"re doing.

Betty Adkisson says:

Now ate going too go back home next were you were on a break. I didn't have too worry about it having lettuce grow this year . I just used Polk greens,lambs quarter,dandelions,purse lane,plantain,and violets. And asparagus and rhubarb.

Betty Adkisson says:

What is the natural sun screen please.

Karl BE says:

Bamboo toothbrushes with or without natural bristles feel great in the hand. Surprised to see your plastic toothbrush. You are my hero. Less is more. Looking forward to seeing what your next endeavor will be. Best! Wow, typed my nitt picky comment before finishing your video. I can send you one if you ping me at tenke@yahoo.com. Seems pretty petty in your more than sustainable lifestyle, but I really like the bamboo toothbrush handles and know that you would as well. Looking forward to your next vid on finances, etc.!

Wild Edibles says:

Yep yep yep…. Lol u get it.. All amazing info that needs to get out there especially in these times.. We can do it whatever there's a way….

Wild Edibles says:

You can't see but there's no smell lol… Great video I love it buddy….

Johannes says:

Thanks for the overview!

Murphy Gay says:

can you make sweet potato noodles?

Michele McNickle says:

Very cool concept, Rob! I love your talents with food. I just started to ferment and would love to know more indepth your ideas of what works.

Aaron says:

Could we see more of those drone shots you got of the place? It's so beautiful!

Aaron says:

Congrats on completing this awesome goal, Rob. πŸ™‚ By the way, what brand are those shorts you're always wearing? They look super comfortable.

Vania Farmar says:

You are doing good things for the world.

Ming Mongo says:

My hair goes back to the earth. Not in a land fill. Which is a hole in the earth. Yup.

Elisa Cataldi says:

Is rain water good to drink?

vhollund says:

'Rich kid decides to live like he was born poor'.?

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