`Brad | |

22 years old. male. outdoorsy type. tired of the mainstream life, worrying about where my rent money is going to come from, whether or not i can afford the next semester of college, etc. Not to mention i’ve just lost interest in the rat race. As far as skills go I’m an excellent fisherman, and quite a good shot although i haven’t done much hunting. very quick learner and also a team player. don’t have much in the way of a setup to go off grid, other than an suv that’s 4×4. even if i did i wouldn’t want to go off grid alone. That’s why I’m here, to find like minded others or possibly someone with a ranch/farm type of setup that would consider me living there. any input is appreciated at  this point. looking for something on the west coast but will consider all areas. thanks

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6 Responses to “I want to go off grid or join an off grid community”

  1. sindy smith

    Could you give me more information I am very tried of trying to get by thank you

  2. robert monk

    I am a retired airborne ranger 41yrs old I am a skilled fisherman and hunter I am a licensed general contractor I can fix small engines as well as automobile engines I am looking for a off grid community to join. If anyone knows where I can go please contact me by phone text is OK but I rather talk than text my number is 405-443-7856. Thanks and GOD be with you

  3. Fred Seton

    We are now building a workers cooperative tiny house village, with several tiny to almost tiny timber frame houses and a central dining/kitchen/theater/laundry/freezer. The central building will contain a clean burning high efficiency biomass co-generation plant that will heat all of the houses and central building with radiant floor heat plus generate electricity. Most furnishings, widows, doors and such will be recycled from Habitat for Humanity. This will be combined with a large grid-tie solar system, with the object of producing more electricity then the village uses. All toilets will be composting sawdust type. To conserve land use and encourage a community atmosphere house will be clustered close, at least one meal a day will be shared. Only walking and small electric carts will be used in the village. Green houses and gardens will grow most of the food needed year around, also generating a surplus to share. The shops used for manufacturing are about six hundred feet from the village. The business’s have internet service, with no Wi-Fi or Cell Phone service in the Village. There are four successful business’s now operating on the site, http://www.radiantdesigninstitute.com, http://www.rohor.com, http://www.heatingmanifolds.com and http://www.montanastove.com. With a new startup of http://www.hexaloghomes.com which is now building the Tamarack Village little houses. My wish is to turn these present business’s into a sustainable Co-operative supporting the village and future of families working there. Fred Seton, fredseton@hotmail.com, 406-295-9902

  4. `Brad

    @kurt halloch how should i get ahold of you?

  5. Kurt Halloch

    Contact me…

  6. BobbyKorona

    Hello see my site at land buddy’s in Florida …the black pin around Palm Coast…. off grid fish farm 10acres ……need help in my hatchery….. 1 acre vacant land to homestead……. 32175w@gmail.com .. Bob .. :)