Local, sustainable , organic ,meats and vegetables,. I have been off grid for 5 years is a 264 square foot cabin. I have operated on 60 watt panels that run the 12 volt water pump, 12 volt lights, and a plug to charge my cell phone and laptop (business must). I hope to add a 12 volt wind turbine this year and add a room. Have no refrigeration but intend to add after the wind turbine.

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4 Responses to “farmer”

  1. Somebody Nobody

    farmer, if you ever check this website again… CALL ME 919 777 8155

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  2. Jimmy

    farmer,
    Do you offer tours of your off grid location?

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  3. horsetravler

    Here in the rugged mountains of NC the winters are long and the summers are short. Spring and fall are a breath that comes and goes. The life off grid is sweet and clean. The farm is surviving the cities are not. Times are hard but here it is not. The sun makes power along with the wind, the firewood dwindles as the jars in the rootcellar. Life is good

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