Living off the land is not for the weak or ill-prepared. It takes years of groundwork and skill-honing to get to a place where you can survive (and thrive) without municipal utilities, grocery stores, and other resources we take for granted every day.
Looking at some of the pros and cons of off-grid living is a good way to help you decide whether or not you should officially hop head-first into homesteading or living off the land.
Whether it’s peace and tranquility, room for a garden and livestock, or just getting more bang for your buck, these five reasons to make the rural move this year should be enough to convince you to start packing!
Here are 12 epic adventures for each month of the year to spark your wanderlust and love of adventure. Cheers to 2019!
Occupying a scenic hilltop in Oregon’s famous Willamette Valley, this 193-acre property is currently being offered as a large-scale agribusiness venture. Planted with over 100 acres of Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and a large grove of Montmorency cherries, the land is ideally situated within Willamette Valley’s Yamhill-Carlton District AVA.
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Simply moving to a rural area and getting away from city life does not automatically turn your property green. To truly make a difference that means more than just living in the country, consider these seven elements when you build your rural green home.
With the help of the travel enthusiasts at AllTheRooms, we take a tour of ten of the least-visited U.S. national parks, where the lack of crowds is no indication about the sheer beauty of these majestic landscapes.
Wine travel doesn’t have to mean a trip to France or Italy. There are thousands of vineyards and wineries waiting to be uncovered right here in North America. From the valleys of California to the fields of Quebec to North Carolina, wine destinations across the continent offer distinctive regional flavors, plus they’re easily accessible for a weekend getaway with your crew.
From aerial-imaging solutions to sophisticated 3D-modeling technology, today's real-estate customers have an array of tools at their fingertips to help them discover and visualize property for sale, including those in the land and rural real estate space.
Securing a large property with smart home technology may require some creativity, but you may be surprised by the range of tools at your disposal. Here, our expert provides a rundown of what you should expect and consider.
With the availability of so much information in today's digital age, a Certified Buyer Representative for ranch buyers can bring some much-needed clarity and perspective to the buying process.
With the arrival of the summer swelter, we dive into a few of our favorite swimming holes around the country, from clear Hill Country pools to clothing-optional mountain springs with a view!
Located in the exclusive 80-acre Lakota Lake Encampment Wilderness Preservation Community, this beautiful mountain lodge has been designed to meld into its Black Hills surroundings and offer signature line-of-sight views of the presidential lineup at the top of Mount Rushmore.
Congratulations to Jim Whitney with Pendleton, Oregon-based Whitney Land Company for his sale this week of 1,560-acre Rock Creek Butte Ranch. The $834,000 sale was recorded on June 8, 2018, through the Lands of America Comparable Sales program.
Enjoy the view of these 20 beautiful barns from the veteran barn kit providers at Barn Pros, plus get the essentials for what you need to consider before building a barn on your land.
We recently had the pleasure of connecting with Kathy Shea Mormino, author of The Chicken Chick’s Guide to Backyard Chickens: ...
A detailed look at what to expect from a land survey of your property, and why it's so important to conduct a thorough survey with the help of a qualified land professional.
Building your own house from scratch can be one of the most exciting but intimidating prospects. After buying the plot of land and finishing all the paperwork, you'll want to save as much money as possible, so one great way of cutting down on the final costs of the project is renting the tools to build your new home.