Martha’s Wall

June 26, 2018

Cracking the Affordability Nut

Voluntary simplicity allows us to live happily with fewer possessions and forms the foundation to affordable housing. When we adopt an attitude of restraint, our houses […]
May 31, 2012

Blacksmith Rap

May 24, 2011

Don’t Throw That Paint Away!

While cleaning out a storage shed that held miscellaneous from years of revolving tenants, I came across many cans of paint. Gallons and quarts, some almost […]
March 11, 2011

Rain Water Harvesting for the Garden

We just finished installing twin cisterns for a client in Edmonds. She purchased (2) 220 gallon polyethylene tanks and pre-painted them. We joined them together with 2″ […]
July 1, 2010

The Rationale for Net-Zero Homes

By, Martha Rose In the mid-1970’s I had the pleasure to be living in a rural area of Grays Harbor County and simultaneously learned that a […]
June 15, 2010

The Builders’ Challenge

  By, Staff Eco-Redux While the economy is struggling to find even footing, green home builder, Martha Rose, continues to raise the green home-building bar.  “We […]
May 11, 2010

Just Say Yes! to New Urbanism

by, Adrian Willanger Eco-Redux A new segment of the home buying population has become increasingly frustrated with maintaining an older home. They are looking to re-establish […]
May 6, 2010

Builder Embraces Native Artwork and L.I.D.

Bear, created by Jason Reed Brown By, Adrian Willanger Native Americans once populated the coastlines of the Pacific Northwest. Their tribal folklore and art pay […]
April 21, 2010

Northwest Green Builder “Delivers the Word”

by,  Eco-Redux Staff Above:  Martha Rose with State Represenative Maralyn Chase at the Grand Opening of Fish Singer Place Catching up with Martha Rose, owner of […]