Off Grid Basics

Off Grid Basicsis  sharing information about a lifestyle that is removed from the modern urbanized culture.

Homesteading and – Back To The Land,  refers to lifestyles of self-supply and a way of making a living that is, to some extent, disconnected from the main supply chain.

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Urban farming business plan.

Urban farming business plan.
Curtis Stone: The Urban Farmer / Recommend Reading

Have you ever considered farming, but you have no land?
Would you perhaps be looking for a comprehensive urban farming business plan?Urban farming business plan

This is the perfect information source for you if you want to farm, but:
–  You stay in an urban area and you don’t own agricultural land;
– You don’t know the required techniques or business strategies.
–  You don’t know which high yield crops to plant; Continue reading

Raised Garden Beds Benefits

Raised Garden Beds Benefits

Modern day homesteading and the move to a more off grid basic lifestyle brought a new interest into own food cultivation.
Even city dwellers took up an interest in growing their own vegetables. Raised garden beds and even containers are becoming increasingly popular as the solution to growing your own organic vegetables.
There are numerous benefits of raised garden beds and / or container gardening.

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Kate Daloz / We Are As Gods: Recommended Reading

In her book, We Are As Gods, the writer Kate Daloz deals with the interesting and recent history of the back to the land movement in the USA.
This back to the land movement occurred simultaneously with the hippie movement during the early seventies.  Kate experienced these two movements at first hand while growing up as a child in such a sub-culture brought about by the hippie movement.
Kate’s parents referred to their neighbors, over  at the Myrtle Hill commune as Continue reading