Living Off-Grid on a Sustainable Homestead Self-Built

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Living Off-Grid on a Sustainable Homestead Self-Built

Living Off-Grid on a Sustainable Homestead in a Self-Built Cob Home. Bryce and Misty have spent the last 12 years building a cob home, homesteading, living off the grid, and homeschooling their two daughters. They live without a car, so for transportation, they use taxis and bicycles, and they eventually hope to have a cart that their two horses can pull. For food production, they have a permaculture food forest for fruits and vegetables, chinampa-inspired wetland gardens, a cow and a bull for milk, ducks and chickens for eggs, bees for honey, and they also forage and cultivate feral crops. Living Off-Grid on a Homestead

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