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.
Built in the 1930s as a summer-vacation destination deep amidst the wooded hills of western North Carolina, Glen Choga Lodge is a unique 35-room retreat listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Ever aspired to the off-grid lifestyle? This custom log home on 40 acres in eastern Oregon could well be the spot for fulfilling those dreams of self-sufficiency and an unplugged reconnection with the land.
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.
We’ve come a long way since the humble log cabin of homesteading days, although there’s still a comforting simplicity to ...