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21 Tips For Quitting Your Job, Going Off Grid and Living The Dream

21 Tips For Quitting Your Job, Going Off Grid and Living The Dream Have you ever wanted to be free and live the dream of being off grid? Have you ever considered breaking out on your own and living independently of the public utilities and other so-called modern conveniences that seem to keep you chained down? What’s keeping …

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How To Install Your Own Off The Grid Well

How To Install Your Own Off The Grid Well In olden times, wells were dug with a pick and shovel, with a lot of backbreaking work. Depending upon the location, the well might have to be dug quite deep to provide enough water. That much backbreaking work is not something that anyone would want to …

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Off Grid Wind-Powered Water Pump

DIY Wind-Powered Water Pump Wind pumps have been used to pump water since at least the 9th century. You’ve finally moved out onto your own piece of land. The only trouble is you’ve got a source of water anywhere from 50 to 250 feet beneath your boots but no easy or affordable way to get that …

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Off Grid Window Box Solar Heater Doubles As a Sun Oven!

Off Grid Window Box Solar Heater Doubles As a Sun Oven! Are you interested in off-grid options to save money at home? One of the best options is to use ways to harness solar power. Solar power can be used for hot water and to heat your home. All you will need to do add …

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21 Rain Barrels, Chicken Coops, and Solar Panel Projects To Get You Off The Grid

21 Rain Barrels, Chicken Coops, and Solar Panel Projects To Get You Off The Grid If you are looking to become more self sufficient, some of these rain Barrels, chicken Coops, or Solar Panels projects may just get you off the grid, this truly is a wonderful  collection of awesome do-it-yourself projects. They all contain step …

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14 Off-Grid Ways To Use (And Reuse) Aluminum Foil

14 Off-Grid Ways To Use (And Reuse) Aluminum Foil “Americans throw away about three pounds of aluminum foil annually. It will take roughly 400 years for aluminum to break down naturally in the landfill. Some landfills incinerate aluminum, which releases toxic metals and gas into the atmosphere..” Source: Earth 911 . Its surprising how many …

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