The political system is not broken.
We look for materials bargains while devising a way to pay for it all.
We finally build somthing!
We bring power from the array inside the building and put it to work.
Our power system begins to take shape.
Instead of learning new tricks, we devise new ways to do the same old tricks.
We finally see walls and a loft floor.
We settle in for a long winter's work.
Our humble abode begins to take shape.
Finally, we start to take shape.
A roof is a wonderful thing to have!
Purchase process of the "promised land"
Some people just do not want help! The frustrations of starting a business and attempting to offer professional help to community organizations.
Demise of the Southern Energy and Environmental (See) Expo
Jeff and wife Kathy have lived off-grid since 2002. They strive to inform the public about ways to live inexpensively, and to further the principle of sustainability. Visit their website to learn more: www.naturalpower.weebly.com
We now have something to walk on other than dirt!
At last, we construct the foundation.
Has the "magic" energy solution been discovered?
Let's stop for a minute and think about what we are doing!
Is the electric car all it's cracked up to be? Let's find out!
Turning liabilities into assests.
Are EV's actually being marketed, or a ruse by traditional manufacturers?
A newly acquired garden or an over-spent allotment can have poor-quality soil, making it more difficult to manage and use, and leading to potential problems for those wishing to grow a new lush, green lawn or plant some daffodils, crocus or hyacinths bulbs in the spring.
This blog post explores eco-friendly gardening tips to refreshing your garden tools, furniture, accessories and outbuildings without the need to buy mass-manufactured goods or use harmful chemical treatments.
Vermont farmer Walter Jeffries details all the cuts of meat on a pig, as well as many other uses of the animal, from working the soil to providing delicious lard for baked goods.
Michael Funk's 6,000-square-foot off-the-grid home and retreat center on 1,200 acres in the Sierra Nevadas is an heirloom, handbuilt with reverence for the spectacle that surrounds it. He hopes it will inspire every visitor to preserve the paradise.