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How to Find Land for Living Off the Grid. Thankfully, finding suitable land isn’t difficult. The world is chalk full of empty spaces for you to browse

You can make a real comunity and make a consortium to by a farm, to make courses, underground shelters Ex: 500 people US$2000 each... then you'll have a place to train, practice, and even to "bugout" in case of an undesired situation. Of course, to avoid superpopulation, & keep it functional, only the listed "owners" and "listed trained people" will be allowed to take shelter there. If ou want a homekeeper, in America (I really would like to by a Ruger 10/22) or even in Brasil :) :)

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How To Compost (Infographic)

How To Compost (Infographic) | Homesteading Composting Guide, check it out at

from The 104 Homestead

Think you have to do it all to be a "homesteader"?

We bought our current property a little over three years ago and knew we wanted to do a little more than just gardening. We also wanted some fruit trees and keep chickens and bees. I guess we could be called the lazy homesteaders because we have no desire to have any other livestock. And that is okay.

A great example of a Paddock Paradise track system and feeding options. This is the best way to keep horses on a small acreage while optimizing movement.

How to get your Horse Pasture Growing New Grass that looks this good. #horses #pasturetips #pasturemanagement