Sean writes in with the weekly update on what’s going on at Treehugger – “a look at a bicycle-themed film festival. A site with DIY projects for everyone from beginners to pros. And, sailing the Atlantic in a DIY boat.”
The Fourth Annual ‘Filmed by Bike’ Get out your bike and your 8mm and start filming your masterpiece. Filmed by Bike, a film festival for those who want to join in a “celebration of bike culture around the world” will be held in Portland, Oregon on April 28. However, still have time to get your bicycle-only abridged version of “Apocalypse Now” in as an entry. The entry date for your under 10 minute movie is March 16th.
Supernaturale: Ultimate Guide to DIY It is easy to get lost in the plethora of projects at the DIY site Supernaturale. Whatever your DIY skill set is, and wherever your interest runs, you will find plenty of projects here that you can (and want to) finish. Even better, the projects here are well-designed, for the most part modern, and made from easy to find materials. And, if you are looking for a particular type of project, Supernaturale has you covered – just take a peek at the sidebar for their project categorization. For everything from crochet to podcasts, find it at Supernaturale.
World Cruising with a Small Footprint Ever dream of sailing the high seas? Well, Sebastian Naslund did, and he went through with it. He built a 14 foot “microcruiser” and sailed solo across the Atlantic and back. Not does the concept of a microcruiser make it feasible to build your own transaltantic voyager, it promotes transportation that leaves an incredibly small ecological footprint. In other words, we love it.
That is it for this time, look for more TreeHugger goodies next week.