If you’re planning to go off-grid, spending some time in a community can be a good way to learn the basics. Here’s where to find communities online.
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Off-grid communities produce their own electricity and are nearly self-sufficient. The expenses for the house are shared and everyone participates in house and land maintenance , and sometimes in the production of food.
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Diggers and Dreamers is a website for people who live or want to live in a community in the UK.
Brithdir Mawr is an off-grid community in Wales
Steward Wood is another off-grid community in the UK . They have a micro-hydro dam and live in self-built cabins and shelters.
For a list of self-sustainable communities around the world see the Global Ecovillage network
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