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Uploaded on Nov 15, 2010

This short video features tiny house builders Jim and Caleb Wilkins, who explain how building and living small can have a positive impact on the environment.

This video also features the research of University of Minnesota scientists studying households and urban pollution. The Twin Cities Household Ecosystem Project aims to quantify the cycles of carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus through households along an urban to exurban gradient in the Saint Paul-Minneapolis, Minnesota metropolitan area.

To learn more about this research project:
http://www.tchep.umn.edu

This video is part of the 'Sustainable Shelter' exhibit at the University of Minnesota's Bell Museum of Natural History:
http://www.bellmuseum.org/

Video Produced by Shanai Matteson and Matt Ehling

copyright 2010 Regents of the University of Minnesota

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