[before_listing id=473 images=https://www.off-grid.net/wp-content/uploads/d6d43906b75cb66e7b32875fd606c798.jpg youtube=null] In the midst of saving for my own piece of land 2 – 5 acres somewhere in the UK and hope to build / adapt my own earthship inspired home.

Im looking to be frugal as i’ve started growing my own fruit and veg, look to re use or re purpose what I can. Have a creative and problem solving outlook to life.

Would love to learn bee and chicken keeping, gain permaculture experience and wean myself off the need to work 5 days a week and get away from being part of the machine.

Not looking to be part of a commune as do like my own space and ways of living and growing but am not against the idea of being part of a community of independant yet helpful and friendly individuals / families looking to share our excess and help one another like people should be in conventional suburbs.[landbuddy_listing id=473 images=https://www.off-grid.net/wp-content/uploads/d6d43906b75cb66e7b32875fd606c798.jpg youtube=null]

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3 Responses to “Eco-Horticulturist – looking to go off grid”

  1. Alan

    Good day Carlos, looks like we share the exact same mindset and we are just down the road in Mansfield. Would like to stay in touch, compare notes, discuss ways around planning law etc. Please contact me if interested alan0732@gmail.com

  2. jini

    8.5 acres, with organic garden, chickens, goats and more. Family with 4 adults. Very small country area, but 45 mins from Myrtle Beach SC. Any interest, please email.

  3. David

    He idea of going off grid sure does sound appealing, BUT overall electricity is pretty darn cheep and convenient. I think if you are already in a place with a grid then it would be better to have some type of off grid supply for emergencies only instead of spending mega bucks to go completely off grid. But everybody has their own ideas, thats just mine. have a good one.