PVC Building projects
As experienced preppers, we have often used PVC pipe to create caches to store emergency items around our property and in strategic locations between work and home. But I've been amazed at how many times we've been able to use PVC to create needed items around our farm. We often have excess PVC pipe laying around, generally excess pieces left over from water line repairs and the like.
PVC pipe comes in a wide assortment of lengths and widths. They have connectors that allow them to be assembled into almost any form or structure. The hollow pipes are lightweight, slightly flexible and capable of conducting liquid and air. Easy to cut, PVC pipe can be used to create skeleton forms for so a myriad of uses. And, it plays into our motto of reduce, reuse and recycle.
See if you can build some of these ten garden structures with PVC irrigation pipe and connectors. Not only is it easy to construct what you want, but it will be inexpensive and you can simply disassemble the pieces when you are done. Or you can glue pieces together for a more stable, permanent construction.
Black Blade: Details are at the link above. Looks like an excellent alternative for a temporary structure or greenhouse. I will have to file this one for later.