Mightybooboo posted a link on a hydroponics thread on the Gardening forum: www.earthship.com/index.php On that page I read information about remodeling existing homes using earthship modules. Does anyone think this is possible using a mobile home? Were moving a singlewide to our 3 acres on the hill. It's a Southern slope with East being to the left when standing at the top of the hill looking down and West being to the right. The sun will pass from left to right. The back side of the trailer will be facing South. One end will point East and the other will point West. Does anyone think it feasible to build a large, lean-to type greenhouse all along this Southern side of the mobile home? I know it's possible, but should it be done. My wife is concerned that the humidity created would cause moisture problems and mold. I told her we could vent it somehow to alleviate the problems. Because it's on a slope, the backdoor will be about six feet off the ground. I'd like to build a porch, inside the greenhouse which I'm guessing will be at least 15 feet tall against the house. I would love to have this as a usable room. I'd love to be able to grow exotic fruiting plants like banana and citrus. I also have several really large aquariums and access to two breeding pairs of tilapia to start a very small aquaculture program, maybe with some freshwater shrimp like CowgirlOne raises. I'm thinking a thick layer of peagravel on the floor. Rainwater catchment systems. Solar water heating, at least to supplement a propane water heater. Several large black drums to hold water in the winter for mass to absorb solar heat. It would also cut out any drafts coming in the mobile home windows during the winter, at least on that one side. I would have room to have some of my most expensive parrots nearer the house, in a tropical environment. What do you think?