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Surviving Off-Grid When Extreme Weather Hits

Living off the grid requires being in tune with nature. Solid preparation and an understanding of your environment can go a long way toward ensuring that your off-grid life is a safe one. But extreme weather is becoming increasingly familiar and wild, unpredictable storms are becoming more frequent.

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A Quick Guide to Composting For Every Season

Many homeowners think that composting is just a spring and summer activity, but a well-groomed compost pile needs attention all throughout the year. That may sound like too much work, but it's quite easy if you follow these simple steps to care for your compost pile throughout every season.

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Improving the Air Quality in Your Home

The idea of air pollution conjures up images of traffic jams and smokey cities, big factories and power plants. You probably don't immediately think of your own home, but actually, the air inside your home can be just as polluted as the outside air - and in many cases, more than 100 times more toxic.

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10 Easy Ways to Reduce Your Electricity Bill at Home

Electrician Brenden Carr shares 10 easy ways to reduce your electricity use at home.

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My New Solar RV

09/23/2017 11:32

My New Solar RV

My new Winnebago View RV (I just bought it this year) is an amazing machine and a home on the road! With 300 Watts charging all day, there is really no need for an electrical hookup, which means I can be much more selective when it comes to finding a nice spot to take it camping.

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Sir Cob-A-Lot and Our New Cob Cabin AirBnB

Sir Cobalot, aka Miguel Elliott, is putting the finishing touches on a "Palletable Cobin" – a one-room cabin built from cob (straw, mud, and clay) and recycled or reclaimed wood (including wood from the 2015 Valley Fire in Lake County) at our EcoTerra Center. It's a beautiful structure.

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