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Why is Off-Grid Living Good For Your Mental Health?

Off-grid living has the power to improve mental health by restoring the real sense of freedom, empowerment, and purpose many of us today seem to lack. When you're in the position to rely on your own resources and capabilities to solve your problems, your mental health will naturally improve.

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Real Goods is Changing on June 1

I wanted to share with everyone two announcements about Real Goods:

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Ch...Ch...Ch...Changes at the Solar Living Center

Flow Kana together with us at the SLI have many plans for further development at the Solar Living Center. We're looking to do a Biodynamic Demonstration Garden, a much deeper planting of our gorgeous landscaping, turning it into a veritable 'Garden of Eden,' and an exciting Solar/Cannabis/Back-to-the-Land museum that highlights Mendocino County's role in the solar movement, the organic movement, the anti-GMO movement, and the early Cannabis movement...

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How to Care for Animals While You're Living Off-Grid

It takes a lot of work to maintain land, and those who make the decision to live off the grid may find themselves needing to care for pets and/or livestock.

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Free Summer Solstice Event at the Solar Living Center

Join us June 20, 2019 for a free event at our famous Solar Living Center (aka EcoTerra) on Highway 101 in Hopland to celebrate the summer solstice!

The event runs from 4pm - 7pm and there will be a ceremony and live music!

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San Francisco Chronicle Features Real Goods in Cannabis Tourism Article

With cannabis tourism starting to boom in Northern California, the San Francisco Chronicle took a trip to Real Goods' home - the Solar Living Center.

The Solar Living Center was recently purchased by cannabis distribution company Flow Kana, who intends to use the beautiful 12-acre site as a cannabis history and demonstration site complete with a visitor's center.

Read the San Francisco Chronicle article featuring Real Goods and the burgeoning cannabis tourism industry.

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