Guide to Off Grid Living

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Guide to Off Grid Living Executive Summary:

United States – Welcome to the Living Off Grid’s free “Guide of Off Grid Living,” which provide links to tutorials, photos and videos on how to move from an on-grid home connected to basic utilities like electric, gas, water and sewer utilities to an off grid household that utilizes solar power, rainwater harvesting, aquaponic gardens, and raising your own backyard livestock including chickens, ducks, rabbits and other livestock as well as planting wildlife food plots to attract deer, elk, turkeys, quail, dove, pheasants and other wild game that can be hunted legally.

Whether your family lives inside the city limits or in a rural area far from the neon lights of a large metropolitan area, the purpose of this “Guide to Off Grid Living” is to educate anyone that wants to learn how to move their family and household into a self-sustainable lifestyle that supports a full-circle of life so that if “Shit Hits the Fan” and/or there is a national emergency and we lose all electrical power – you will be prepared to live without any connections to local city utility services regardless of where you are located.

Our “Guide to Off Grid Living”  nearly 100 in-depth chapters that cover everything you need to Google, research, plan, build and manage an off grid property complete with thousands of photos, video tutorials and research articles that you can utilize to educate yourself and begin your own path of personal exploration to see where you would like to begin and what ultimate goals and objectives you will need to establish your own Off Grid Living Home.

Each item listed in the “Table of Contents” below will take you to a repository of information and knowledge that is stored on our Facebook Group, called Off Grid Living: Prepping to Live Off the Grid, which has nearly 20,000 members and is growing fast.

The “Guide to Off Grid Living” and Off Grid Living: Prepping to Live Off the Grid Facebook Group are are 100% free to join.

Not only are you welcome to share this Off Grid Living guide via social media, email and/or any other digital marketing method, but we encourage you to do so. We want more and more people to get back in touch with nature, wildlife and learning to grow organic food that you know is safe to eat because you know precisely what it was feed its entire lifetime.

Feel free to invite your friends and family members to join us!

Step 1 – Log into Facebook, and join our Off Grid Living: Prepping to Live Off the Grid Facebook Group

Step 2 – Click On Any URL Below. Each of the links below will take you to a Facebook Learning Unit, which have either photos or a tutorial video.

Step 3All of the information is stored in the photograph descriptions, which means that you’ll need to scroll through ALL of the pictures in order to read all of the related story content. For some reason, Facebook makes it very, very difficult to read with a cell  phone. A laptop will give you much better results.

Step 4 – Still have a question? If you are searching for a subject matter that you don’t see listed, just post a question in our FB discussion group and thousands of members will give you honest, well-researched answers to your questions.

Step 5 – Have knowledge you’d like to share? Post it. If you want to add your off grid stories, photos, and videos, feel free to upload them!

 

UNIT 1 – How to Buy an Off Grid Piece of Property

Here are some great articles to help you discover, evaluate, and purchase raw land that will provide many necessary things such as water, fertile soil, raw building materials as well as avoid restrictions common with property owner associations.

Best Places to Buy Raw Property for Off-Grid Living

 

UNIT 2 – How to Earn Money from Common Off Grid Operations

Many people move off grid to get away from paying monthly utility bills and live off the land to eliminate grocery bills. The problem is that most remote off grid properties are located far outside the city limit and jobs in small towns are limited. How then — can people who live off the grid earn money they need to survive?

The following articles go through a long list of possible ways for people to make money. For example, a lot of off gridders like to build furniture, cabinets, hutches, beds and other household items out of pallets that other people throw away. Some of those hutches are selling to suburban customers who like the rustic look and feel of pallet wood.

It turns out that a lot percentage of off grid people are highly creative and many of the things they build out of necessity can be sold online for nice profit. And Facebook has evolved to the point that people can sell their goods online via Facebook pages and groups like ours for some serious cash. Read the stories below to learn more.

How to Earn Money from Common Off-Grid Operations

 

UNIT 3 – How to Generate Free Electricity with Solar Panels

The first big expense that most people consider before moving to an off grid living lifestyle is how to generate electricity for their home when it may cost $50,000 to $100,000 to pay the electric company to run poles from the electrical grid to their property’s remote location.

By contrast spending $5,000 to $15,000 on solar panels, solar panel racking system, a combiner box, a trickle charger, a bank of batteries, a power inverter, fuses and a rock solid grounding solution, seems like a pretty good deal.  Most households would benefit from the largest system that you can afford, which should cost around $1.50 per watt for everything except batteries.  But once its installed you’ll have free electricity for up 25-years.

A good solar power array should start with around 4,000-watts or sixteen 250-watt panels, but many folks can get by with less than 1,000-watts. The information below will tell you how to select the best solar panels, wiring voltage (48, 24 or 12 volts), a power inverters, using AC vs. DC appliances and how many days of electricity usage you to store in your battery banks to account for several days of cloudy or rainy weather.

How to Generate Free Electricity with Solar Panels

 

UNIT 4 – How to Install Solar Powered Lighting Systems

How to Install Solar Powered Lighting Systems

 

UNIT 5 – How to Heat Water with Solar Hot Water Heaters

In addition to producing free electricity, solar is also great for heating water. Cost-effective solutions can range coiling up a black water hose inside a black box with a window so that the sun’s solar UV rays can be absorbed and used to heat hot water and store it in an insulated tank all the way up to very fancy systems that use copper tubing and a host of add-on features that will keep the water from freezing at night when the sun isn’t shining.

In addition to household hot water, solar water heaters can be used to heat stock tanks and ponds, water troughs, greenhouses as well as water used for outdoor bathrooms, hot tubs, showers and radiant floor heating.

Solar stills can run rainwater through an evaporation system that will utilize UV rays to purify water and heat water into steam that will condense back into fresh water that is cleaner than rainwater for drinking, cooking and cleaning.

Solar Heating for Hot Water, Radiant Heat, and Water Purification

 

UNIT 6 – How to Heat Homes with Passive Solar Heaters

Solar can also be used to heat a shed, cabin or home with no electricity by building a passive solar heater, which is very similar to building a solar hot water heater except that you’ll be heating air inside a black box with a window and using aluminum/tin cans, copper tubing, rocks or sheets of tin roofing that are painted black to absorb heat. As hot air rises it will flow from the heated box into a colder structure at the top of the room while sucking in colder air at the bottom of the using a Trombe Wall vacuum air pattern.

How to Heat Homes with Passive Solar Heaters

 

UNIT 7 – How to Cook with Solar Powered Ovens

Passive solar heat can even be used to cook your food. It won’t be as fast as other forms of cooking heat, but it can be used to do everything from boil water to cooking just about anything that you can cook in a regular oven – but the sun does need to out and shining at full force.

How to Cook with Solar Powered Ovens

 

UNIT 8 – How to Dehydrate Food/Beef Jerky with a Solar Dehydrator

Solar can be used to dehydrate meat, fruit and vegetable for canning purposes.

How to Dehydrate Food/Beef Jerky with Solar Dehydrators

 

UNIT 9 – How to Evaporate Moisture from Septic Tanks with Solar Windows

The main purpose of a septic tank is let moisture escape from human waste, but using leach fields and drip systems can take a long time to work if there are more than a few people living in the home. Installing a glass windows or doors on top of the septic leach tank allows solar rays to steam the water out of the sewage and keep septic tanks from freezing in the winter.

How to Evaporate Moisture from Septic Tanks with Solar Windows

 

UNIT 10 – How to Select the Best Dog Breeds for Off Grid Homes

How to Select the Best Dog Breeds for Off-Grid Cabins and Homes

 

UNIT 11 – How to Attract Bats, Birds, Butterflies and Hummingbirds

How to Attract Bats, Bird, Butterflies and Hummingbirds

 

UNIT 12 – How to Build a Bee Hive Honey Farm

Many people are afraid of bees, but they are a very good asset to have on your off grid property. They will significantly increase your garden’s, berry bushes’, grain field’s and tree’s fruit/nut production.   In addition, honey will never spoil and can keep your family alive and healthy during some very tough situations.

How to Build a Bee Hive Honey Farm

 

UNIT 13 – How to Build a Duck Hut and Clean Duck Pond

Many people build duck huts and small duck ponds, which are very hard to keep clean, but with the right plumbing and drains dirty duck water can be great for irrigating gardens as well as fertilizing aquaponics gardens.

Building Duck Houses and Duck Pond for an Off-Grid Property

 

UNIT 14 – How to Build a Chicken Coop and Safe Chicken Run

Raising chickens for meat and eggs has been an important staple for pioneers for thousands of years.  We highly recommend researching and planning ahead before building your first chicken coop and chicken run.  Building a predator proof chicken fortress will prevent a lot of worrying and stress about coming home to find all 50 of your chickens with their heads pulled off by a raccoon that was able to grab them through flimsy chicken wire fences.

Automated watering, feeding and egg collection will save you a lot of time and money if you plan ahead. Building chicken coops that are easy to clean, nesting boxes that discourage everything but laying eggs and building feeding systems that reduce feed waste and make it hard for rats, mice and other scavengers from eating your feed will save a lot of money.

How to Build a Chicken Coop and Safe Chicken Run

 

UNIT 15 – How to Build a Rabbit Hutch and Protected Rabbit Run

Raising rabbits has several benefits. First of all they are cute and cuddly and make great pets. Second, they make very good composters of table scraps and breed, well, like rabbits.  Their meat tastes great, but is very lean and great for people on a diet. Productive breeding will also provide a steady food source for BSF to turn into high protein chicken feed.

How to Build a Rabbit Hutch and Protected Rabbit Run

 

UNIT 16 – How to Build a Chicken/Rabbit Butchering Station

One thing that will be tough on some folks when living off grid is learning to slaughter your own food. Building a butchering station will make it much easier to slaughter and process everything from chickens, ducks, rabbits and larger animals and makes it much easier to clean up and dispose of the waste.

How to Build a Chicken/Rabbit Butchering Station

 

UNIT 17 – How to Build a Rainwater Collection System – Part 1

If harvesting rainwater is legal in the state where you live, then you should definitely give it a try before you actually need water. Even people that live in suburban areas should give a try to water lawns, flowerbeds and gardens. It’s always nice to know that should your city water become tainted like Flint, Michigan, or, should a nearby oil & gas hydraulic fracking operation cause a natural disaster to destroy your water table and well water, you have a backup plan already in place.

How to Build a Rainwater Collection System

 

UNIT 18 – How to Build a Rainwater Harvesting System – Part 2

There are literally a million ways to build and manage rainwater collection systems, which depend largely on how big the system is, the volume of water held and what type of water management pumping system you plan to use to move water around to where you need it. Being a solar advocate, my system uses solar water pumps, sump pumps and even solar purification systems to sterilize and purify my water to make sure its safe to use for cooking, cleaning and washing.

How to Build a Rainwater Harvesting System

 

UNIT 19 – How to Drill a Water Well with a Garden Hose

Water is one of the most important resources for an off grid property is constant supply of fresh water. When checking on prices to drill a well, the costs can be pretty expensive depending on where the usable water table surface lies. The good news is that in some areas, your can actually use a garden hose, water power kit from Home Depot or Lowe’s to drill your own well. Read the stories and watch the videos to see the step-by-step process of how they did it.

How to Drill a Water Well with a Garden Hose

 

UNIT 20 – How to Build a Pond or Lake to Raise Fish and Store Water

One of the coolest things I learned while doing research for my own off grid property was learning how to build my own combination of a stock tank and a natural swimming pool, which utilizes aquatic plants to naturally filter the water so that is almost as clear as regular swimming pool, but without using any harsh chemicals. The result is a swimming pool that is clean enough to see the fish that you’re raising in tandem with an aquaponic garden.

In fact, building a natural swimming pool surrounded by a carefully manicured aquatic landscape is not only beautiful, it can be engineered to promote active breeding of a whole zoo of wildlife that will come to drink, seek shelter and even feed on the residents living in harmony in the pond and on its shores.  The fish, ducks and geese usually will muck up a pond, but using an aquaponics garden to filter the water provides valuable and free organic fertilizer.  A duck island in the middle with a swim through trap door keeps all waterfowl protected from the local coyotes and the growing wolf population.

And most wildlife agencies will help you stock the pond, learn how to manage it properly and even come out once every 5 year and do a fish population census to see if your wildlife management plan is going according to schedule. If your pond is in a migratory bird path you may even qualify for grants to support proper wildlife management strategies.

How to Build a Pond, Lake or Natural Swimming Pool to Raise Fish and Store Water

 

UNIT 21 – How to Build a Hillbilly Hot Tub for Off Grid Comfort

Just because you’re living off the grid, it doesn’t mean your not allowed to enjoy the same luxuries as anyone else in the world. After a hard day of working around your property, wouldn’t it be nice to sit in a hot tub with a cold drink or a glass of wine. Like anything else, there is hillbilly hot tub that can meet even the lowest household budget.

Low budget options can include building a fire pit under an old galvanized meet stock tank to building a fire pit under and old metal bathtub all the way to a very fancy hot tub that is heated by a solar hot water heater and powered by an solar power system with enough juice to run the water jets and air bubbles to massage your tired body.

The coolest thing about where I live are the crystal clear stars at night that are so clear that I can see the full band of star in the Milky Way spiral and we can see smoke coming off the backside of meteors raining down the during the Perseids and the Giminids meteor showers.

How to Build a Hillbilly Hot Tub for Off-Grid Comfort

 

UNIT 22 – How to Grow an Aquaponic Garden and Raise Fish/Shrimp

How to Grow an Aquaponic Garden and Raise Fish/Shrimp

 

UNIT 23 – How to Plant a Backyard Vegetable Garden

How to Plant a Backyard Vegetable Garden

 

UNIT 24 – How to Build a Permaculture Raised-Bed Garden

How to Build a Permaculture Raised-Bed Garden

 

UNIT 25 – How to Plant an Herbal Medicine Garden

How to Plant an Herbal Medicine Garden

 

UNIT 26 – How to Plant Grain in a Backyard Garden

How to Plant Grain in a Backyard Garden

 

UNIT 27 – How to Plant Groves of Fruit/ Nut Trees and Wild Berry Bushes

How to Plant a Grove of Fruit/Nut Trees and Wild Berry Bushes

 

UNIT 28 – How to Grow and Raise Your Own Free Chicken Feed

Very few people have ever heard about raising Black Soldier Flies, but if you only learn one thing from this guide, raising these highly efficient insects will be one of the easiest and most productive things you do, especially if you plan to raise chickens, ducks or other birds.  They automatically self-harvest by crawl out of their compost bin right into a food bucket.

They may look like tiny wasps, but they are really a type of fly that serves many useful purposes.  First, they are one of the most efficient food-to-protein conversion animals in the world.  They will compost everything from horse, cow, and human manure to table scraps to dead animal carcasses and entrails and turn it into one of the best sources of protein that can be used to replace bone meal for all types of live stock feed as well as used for fertilizer in gardens.

A side benefit is that they put off a pheromone that drives common houseflies away from barns, stalls and chicken coops.

How to Grow and Raise Your Own Free Chicken Feed

 

UNIT 29 – How to Plant a Beautiful Backyard Flower Garden

How to Plant a Beautiful Backyard Flower Garden

 

UNIT 30 – How to Build a Rock Solid Home Foundation

One of the most important things to building a rock solid shed, cabin or home, it lay a good foundation that keeps out the winter’s freezing frost and enough drainage to divert the springtime’s thunderstorms and heavy downpours.

How to Build a Rock Solid Foundation for an Off-Grid Cabin or Home

 

UNIT 31 – How to Wire an Off Grid Cabin for Electricity

Wiring an Off-Grid Cabin

 

UNIT 32 – How to Plumb an Off Grid Cabin for Water

How to Plumb an Off-Grid Cabin for Water

 

UNIT 33 – How to Insulate Off Grid Cabins for Cold/Hot Weather

How to Insulate Off-Grid Cabins for Cold/Hot Weather

 

UNIT 34 – How to Cool/Heat Off Grid Cabins with Geothermal Tubing

How to Cool/Heat Off Grid Cabins with Geothermal Tubing

 

UNIT 35 – How to Heat Off Grid Cabins with Wood Burning Stoves

How to Heat Off-Grid Cabins with Wood Burning Stoves

 

UNIT 36 – How to Build Cool Stuff with PVC Pipe

How to Build Cool Stuff with PVC Pipe

 

UNIT 37 – How to Live Off Grid in a Shed Home

If you’re in a hurry and have $10,000 to $20,000 to spend, you can buy a really nice shed in just about every small town in American and the build it into a very nice home. You’ll have to plumb and wire it, but it’s a very quick and easy solution.

How to Live Off the Grid in a Shed Home

 

UNIT 38 – How to Live Off the Grid in a Log Cabin

There are a million online sites that allow you download free and paid log cabin floor plans. My favorite designs include a small core in the middle that is easy to heat with a large southern facing window so that I can use passive solar heating during the winter.  Followed by a big wrap around porch that provides a great breeze and is the perfect place watch a thunderstorm’s pouring rain.  The most impressive people that I have seen living off grid are those folks surrounded by a thick forest and that use a portable saw mill to cut their lumber using nothing but the forest around them. To me, that is very, very impressive. 

How to Live Off the Grid in a Cabin

 

UNIT 39 – How to Live Off the Grid in a Tiny Home

If you’re a minimalist, then you might be attracted to the growing trend of building a tiny home. Too small for me, but for people on a budget and not many physical belongings a tiny home offers a dry, warm, cool and soft place to sleep, a small kitchen with limited space for appliances and storage.

How to Live Off the Grid in a Tiny Home

 

UNIT 40 – How to Live Off the Grid in a Container Home

If you know how to weld or have a close friend that does, then building a container home might be the perfect option for you. Containers are strong, can be stacked in a wide a variety of floor plans and then framed in with wood or steel studs to meet your desired living requirements.

How to Live Off the Grid in a Container Home

 

UNIT 41 – How to Live Off the Grid in an Earthship Home

My personal favorite is building an Earthship into the side of a hill so that it is well insulated from heat, cold and the weather outside but comes with large slanted windows that all the sun’s ray to shine almost all the way back into the home during the wintertime. The large windows allow the whole front room of the home to be turned into an aquaponics garden and fish farm that can grow a large vegetable and medicinal garden all 12-months of the year.

How to Live Off the Grid in an Earthship Home

 

UNIT 42 – How to Live Off the Grid in a Steel Building

If you’re loaded and have plenty of money to burn building a steel Barndominium might be the best option for you. You can build a 5,000 sq ft slab, with 18’ walls, and two floors for less than $75,000 and then frame the whole structure in with huge open rooms, awesome amenities and set it up so that you can host large parties, wedding, anniversary parties with the look and feel of a hunting lodge.

Yes, this option would be a taxidermist’s dream comes true and you could fill with a zoo of stuffed trophies.  The pictures of barndominiums interior designs and decorations are worth a look, even if you can’t afford it right now. You should always have a dream planned to live out when you win the lottery. Right?

How to Live Off the Grid in a Steel Building

 

UNIT 43 – How to Live Off the Grid in a Terraced Hill Home

More complicated and probably a lot more expensive than most options, building a home on a terraced hillside would work well with Earthships and/or Container Homes. Things to keep in mind include steel supports drilled deep into the hillside so that everything stays in place. Each terrace should slope slightly backwards for rainwater harvesting and lined with 4’ x 4’ x 16’ Gabion baskets. See the pics featuring different landscaping features such as gardens, flowers, vineyards and fruit trees.

How to Live Off the Grid in a Terraced Hill Home

 

UNIT 44 – How to Live Off the Grid in an Underground Home

Paranoid that the world or the government might be out to get you, then an underground bunker might be your cup of tea. Perhaps a nuclear missile silo might be the perfect bunker to prepare for a nuclear war and or an El Chapo escape tunnel that leads to a safe place under the backyard? Check out the pictures for possible floorplans.

How to Live Off the Grid in Underground Home

 

UNIT 45 – How to Live Off the Grid a Yurt Home

Perhaps your ancient relatives were nomads or gypsies and you’re looking to build a home that is mobile should the need arise to pick up your roots and move to new location every once in a while.  If so, a Yurt might be right for you.  Yurts are very sturdy, hold up well in cold environments and provide an amazing amount of space and can include more than one living level. One of my favorite features is the skylight in the middle that provides daylight and views of the stars at night.

How to Live Off the Grid in a Yurt Home

 

UNIT 46 – How to Live Off the Grid in a Glamping Tent Home

Some people like to start their off-grid experience camping in tent. The good news is that tents have some a long ways in the past 20 years and if you don’t believe me, please do a quick Google search on “Glamping,” which is short for Glamorous Camping. You start by building a giant wooden deck. Cover it with a giant heavy-duty tarp. Inside sleeping bags have been replaced with a Queen Anne Cherry Wood Four Poster bed and a memory-foam mattress, matching chest of drawers / armoire and an old fashion clawfoot bathtub. Once you build a home, you can always use it for guests or rent it out for thousands of dollars per night to luxury travelers who want to experience the off grid living lifestyle.

How to Live Off the Grid in Glamping Tent Home

 

UNIT 47 – How to Live Off the Grid in an Indian Teepee Home

Once I camped in a teepee that was big enough to hold 30 people sitting in a circle with a fireplace in the middle. There were a small village of teepee there and they were all fixed up like the Glamping tents mentioned above.

We camped there on purpose because it was 20 degrees outside.  It turned out the Teepees are very well insulated and very comfortable with even a small fire in the middle. Plus, I like Indians and the way the respected mother earth and all the creatures that live in it. In a sense, they existed hand-in-hand with a nature, which sense to blend well with the off grid mentality.

If it was me and I lived in a Teepee, I would definitely wear moccasin boots, a leather jacket with fringe and have a peace pipe that I smoked with all my friends.  Check the pictures of living in teepees that we’ve posted. They are very cool.

How to Live Off the Grid in a Tipi/Teepee Home

 

UNIT 48 – How to Live Off the Grid in a Wilderness Shelter

If shit really did hit the fan, more than likely I would feel more comfortable in a wilderness shelter that is partially dug into the ground and a roof covered with soil and plants to disguise the structure and keep it hidden unless you walked right on top of it. I will also include several escape routes like many of the underground bunkers. That way if someone did show up, my family could quickly exit without being seen.

How to Live Off the Grid in a Wilderness Shelter

 

UNIT 49 – How to Build a Gravel Driveway

The first thing you need when building on an offgrid property is a road and or drive way. And the best way to do this is put a lot of time an effort into it the very first time. First bevel the road into two sides that allow water to drain to the side of the road. Build up the road bed with Caliche and several inches of gravel. Over time the Caliche will bond with rock, gravel and sand and almost turn into cement.  You can also put in French drains that will guide the water to where you want it to drain such as a yard, garden or pond. Since the water will flow here every time is rains, this is a great place to plant wildflowers that will bloom many times when it rains. Also lay down a gravel grid of Geocells that will keep the gravel in place and keep it from washing away.

How to Build a Gravel Drive Ways that Won’t Wash Away

 

UNIT 50 – How to Build a Fence with Hog Panels/Cow Panels

How to Building a Fence with Hog Panels and T-Posts

 

UNIT 51 – How to Build a Fence with Rock-Filled Gabion Baskets

How to Build Fences, Walls and Off-Grid Homes with Gabion Baskets

 

UNIT 52 – How to Plant and Grow Natural Fence with Bushes and Trees

How to Planting Natural Fences with Bushes and Trees

 

UNIT 53 – How to Landscape with Rocks and Wooden Works of Art

How to Landscape with Rocks and Wooden Works of Art

 

UNIT 54 – Building Furniture with Pallet Wood

Building with Pallets – Furniture, Cabinets, Storage and Shelving

 

UNIT 55 – Interior Design Ideas for Off Grid Homes

Interior Design Ideas for Off-Grid Cabins

 

UNIT 56 – Storage Design Ideas for Off Grid Homes

Storage Design Ideas for Off-Grid Cabins

 

UNIT 57 – Kitchen Design Ideas for Off Grid Homes

Kitchen Design Ideas for Off-Grid Cabins

 

UNIT 58 – Kitchen Recipes for Delicious Off Grid Meals

Delicious Recipes for Off-Grid Campfires, Ovens and Stoves

 

UNIT 59 – Living Room Design Ideas for Off Grid Homes

Living Room Design Ideas for OffGrid Mountain Cabins

 

UNIT 60 – Bedroom Design Ideas for Off Grid Homes

Bedroom Design Ideas for an OffGrid Cabin

 

UNIT 61 – Bathroom Design Ideas for Off Grid Homes

Bathroom Design Ideas for OffGrid Cabins

 

UNIT 62 – Wash Room Design Ideas for Off Grid Homes

Wash Room Design Ideas for an Off-Grid Cabin or Home

 

UNIT 63 – Mud Room Design Ideas for Off Grid Homes

Mud Room Design Ideas for OffGrid Cabins

 

UNIT 64 – Patio Design Ideas for Off Grid Homes

Patio Design Ideas for OffGrid Cabins

 

UNIT 65 – Workshop Design Ideas for Off Grid Homes

Workshop Design Ideas for OffGrid Cabins

 

UNIT 66 – How to Forge Metal into Knives, Axes and Weapons

How to Forge Metal into Hunting Knives, Axes and Weapons

 

UNIT 67 – How to Make Handcrafted Works of Art

How to Make Handcrafted Works of Art

 

UNIT 68 – How to Plan, Pack and Survive with a Bug Out Bag

How to Plan, Pack and Survive with a Bug Out Bag (BOB)

 

UNIT 69 – How to Survive Wintertime Polar Vortex

How to Survive an Emergency Wintertime Polar Vortex without Power

 

UNIT 70 – How to Catch Fish to Put Food on the Table

How to Catch Fish to Put Food on the Table

 

UNIT 71 – How to Select Bow Hunting Gear for Deer and Elk

How to Select Bow Hunting Gear for Deer and Elk

 

UNIT 72 – How to Plant Food Plots for Deer, Elk and other Wildlife

How to Plant Food Plots for Deer, Elk and other Wildlife

 

UNIT 73 – How to Setup a Tree Stand for Deer and Elk Hunting

How to Setup a Tree Stand for Deer and Elk Hunting

 

UNIT 74 – How to Hunt with Topographic Maps

How to Hunt with Topographic Maps

 

UNIT 75 – How to Set Traps for Rodents, Varmints and Wild Game

How to Set Traps Mice, Rats, Varmints and Wild Game

 

UNIT 76 – Top 10 Signs that You Might Be Living in an Off Grid Home

Top 10 Signs that You Might Love Living in an Off-Grid Cabin

 

UNIT 77 – How to Make Money Renting Off Grid Cabins for Education

How to Make Money Renting Off Grid Cabins for Education

 

UNIT 78 – How to Make Money Planning Fancy Off Grid Dinner Parties

How to Make Money Planning a Fancy OffGrid Dinner Parties

 

UNIT 79 – How to Build Outdoor Games like Horseshoes or Frisbee Golf

How to Build Outdoor Games for OffGrid Entertainment Games

 

UNIT 80 – Funny Off Grid Backyard Videos

Funny Backyard Videos of OffGrid Wildlife

 

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