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Bushcraft ideas playlist. This is some tips I’ve learned when I built my sponge roof and my green roof. SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/subscribe_widget?p=Billyhistadventure FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/BillyRioux TWITTER: twitter.com/billyrioux INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/billyrioux/ Music: “A Dream I Didn’t Have” by Father Sleep (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Father_Sleep/Father_Sleep/A_Dream_I_Didnt_Have) Video Rating: / 5 Corrie Zoll and Chris Wegscheid lead a group of volunteers who install a green roof in five hours at the Cook County Community Center in Grand Marais, MN during June of 2009. Related PostsOptigrShipping container house – Green roofGreen Roof Overview by Greensulate CEO, Amy Norquist.Prairie Green RoofWallbarn Green Roof Build UpHow to build a green roof – Wallbarn M-TRAY®

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23 Comments

  • Mr. & Mrs. Mitchell Foskey 1 year ago

    U alwayse be smiling lol, you a cool dude brother sharing all your videos..?

  • goandblogit 1 year ago

    Love your videos! Keep it up!?

  • Donald Vlogsify's Wood Shop 1 year ago

    I bet dirt is great insulation to keep the heat in.?

  • gennesy 1 year ago

    I love you man !! Waiting for your book !!?

  • cctn2012 1 year ago

    good idea i think. that looks like cabin Mike stayed in on one of his videos with you. sod roofs were used often i guess keep heat in and heat out winter and summer. you have such a nice and love the videos.thanks?

  • Frankie Nolan 1 year ago

    It's very informative when you say that the roof or whatever you are showing us is 3 years old or 4 years old so we can learn from you. And mold and rot issues are important?

  • T.W. Milburn (skillet210) 1 year ago

    Could Not Help It, I Am Sure I Heard Roxanne & Josie Trying 2 start the Lawn-(Roof) Mower ha ha ha, Thanks 4 sharing Friend….Happy Trails From Down East…………………………………………………..ATB

  • flwrlily49 1 year ago

    ROOFA, ROOFA, ROOFA……….GREAT JOB BILLY!?

  • Boreal Bushman 1 year ago

    I imagine this type of roof would be good insulation as well. Thanks for sharing Billy.?

  • Teacher SBD 1 year ago

    Good and simple idea to use what is in the environment. A question about the air coming between the logs, isn't it

  • Joshua Smith 1 year ago

    I am planning to build a small cordwood home with a living green roof. I like the idea of having a simple natural shelter, made from materials gathered from the land and recycled from used goods. Take care Billy. Cheers!?

  • Natural wonders Bushcraft 1 year ago

    Hi ya Billy mate
    Love the green roof Mate i bet it works well insulating you in winter with all that snow on it.
    Nice n snug :)?

  • bushcrafter1973 1 year ago

    Spices for next year! Thank you sir?

  • jacob b 1 year ago

    you could dig a hole…then climb in…and pow green roof livin?

  • Arm Mihr 1 year ago

    great vid Billy …as always i learn something new watching your vids?

  • rhialobran 1 year ago

    Grow a shrubbery, for no other reason than everyone else says grow a herb garden……plus I bet you'd be first to have a shrubbery on his roof in the forest :)?

  • Virginia Bradley 1 year ago

    Thanks?

  • Rl Badger 1 year ago

    Seen this in Arcadia. The big thing is insulation and fire proofing. An ember from the chimney won't catch like shingles.?

  • FSBushcraft 1 year ago

    Thats cool Billy was wondering how you did that….?

  • chean bunthan 1 year ago

    Is there any water filter??

  • Peter Rondina 1 year ago

    Looks good – you got any pictures more recently, after it filled in??

  • 100canal 1 year ago

    I learned a lot
    thanks

  • cviebrock 1 year ago

    Care to share the ratio of perlite/sphagnum/sand/compost you used?

    Also, is there anything between the Platon and growing media? I would've thought a filter fabric of some kind.