Living Off The Grid (1 Viewer)


Mar 24, 2016
Los Angeles
Hey guys. I am a producer looking to hear some interesting stories about people/groups/families who are living off the grid. I feel like I am in the right place. Would anyone be willing to share their story with me? Thanks in advance. -Megan
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Rob Nothing

I'm a d-bag and got banned.
Aug 26, 2012
171 Market St, Newark, NJ 07102, USA
There is a facebook group called Off Grid Wilderness Living, plenty of folks making some hardcore changes to their lives on there who would be happy to tell you their story, I'm sure.

Look up The Solar Ark, NM. There was some tv show that did an episode featuring Arvo Tompson, who I stayed and worked with for a minute. Living completely from solar power and natural bioproducts like methane gas.. WOOD.. year round.

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