[before_listing images=https://www.off-grid.net/wp-content/uploads/0d148389b4873a81143813832312e366.jpg youtube=null] I either want to make the place I live now totally off grid as we have a lot of power outages as it is -OR- move away from this snowbound state for a warmer climate. I am thinking about the Arkansas area, but want to know where most people have found to be a good area for being able to live off grid and make a decent living at the same time.

Long term I want to be able to provide affordable off grid options to anyone interested, and help to draw more into the light…[landbuddy_listing images=https://www.off-grid.net/wp-content/uploads/0d148389b4873a81143813832312e366.jpg youtube=null]

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One Response to “Getting Started with a long way to go”

  1. Senorcoconut


    I’m in the same boat, I want to start now in a NY apartment. Practicing what I can to get off grid as much as possible while here, but we’re looking for land to start an off grid community/artist compound.

    I feel the same on snowbound places… don’t know if I want to have this community in the cold weather just a couple hours away from new york or just go to Spain, Portugal or Latin America!!!!

    I think the cold is making me indecisive…

    If you’re interested in knowing what we wanna do go here (it sort of explains the gist of it):

    Good luck and we will all find what we want eventually, no worries!