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To build their dream home on a patch of farmland in southern Ontario, Craig and Connie Cook had to source 1,200 old tires. Packed with dirt, they are the bricks of their Earthship, an off-the-grid type home made out of materials like tires, pop cans and bottles. Earthships are the brainchild of Michael Reynolds, a New Mexico-based architect and the founder of Earthship Biotecture.

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