[before_listing id=315 images= youtube=null] Vancouver writer looking to learn everything i can about off-grid living for some magazine and tv work i am doing, but also out of curiosity and a desire to be part of a sustainable community. I prefer the witty, kind, and sane over the dull, angry, and loopy. Please move on if you respect the Kardashians or make your dog wear goggles.

At this point, i am just trying to scout out the local, off-grid community and see what i can learn. Possible move in the future — interior, the sunshine coast, or on one of the islands perhaps.

I’m a college prof, a rock critic, an author, a former US Marine Sergeant, and a friend to animals. My wife is a baker and a model. Our cat does not have a job.

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3 Responses to “looking at going off-grid in British Columbia”

  1. Bruce Taylor

    Hello …might be a little late but I have an Off Grid home for sale near Penticton/ Apex ski resort/ Keromeos area $323000 email for pics

  2. stavelake

    I have been living “off grid” in B.C. for over 12yrs now on the beach of Stave lake. Feel free to pick my brain anytime, Dan.

  3. LaMar

    I just helped a lady with a 16×24 off-grid cabin design in Saskatchewan Canada that might work for you: