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[before_listing id=298 images= youtube=null] Well, I am lookin to start living off grid. I don’t know how to start so im looking for someone who would be willing to let me join them for a while to get the feel of living off-grid.[landbuddy_listing id=298 youtube=null]

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3 Responses to “Looking to move off grid”

  1. Dovely

    Did you ever find your place? I’m checking the posts to find others in NC who are of like mind. I’m 26 miles north of Greensboro. I have a 1/2 acre urban farm with goats, chickens, ducks, bunnies and a 30′ x 32′ greenhouse. It’s amazing how much one can produce on a half acre.

  2. cody

    Idk about him but to me off the grid means true native survivalist style.. catch hunt and gather all my food flint for fire and fire for heat boiling drinkable water and cooking.. no generators no tents damn sure no houses or rvs .. nothing against anyone who has any or all those things.. but come this may that’s how im doin it.. anyone with land to share for that?

  3. MarieBeau

    Maybe the best things to do would be:
    1) define what “off grid” means to you, and
    2) start working on that where you are now.