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How To Build The Perfect Off-Grid Home

How To Build The Perfect Off-Grid Home

Building a home anywhere is not easy, but building an off-grid home presents its own unique challenges. For starters, you’re responsible for your own electricity and water – two major items most residents in the U.S. don’t have to consider. ...

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The War On Heirloom Seeds (An Update)

The War On Heirloom Seeds (An Update)

More than a year after state bureaucrats tried shutting down an heirloom seed exchange in Pennsylvania, the political battle continues, although supporters of heirloom seeds are slowly making progress. In fact, three states this year have approved new laws to ...

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Congress Banning GMO Labeling

Congress Banning GMO Labeling

Vermont in recent months became the first state to require the labeling of GMO foods, and a county in Oregon went a step further by banning all genetically modified crops. But if the U.S. House of Representatives has its way, ...

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The Story Of Jesus As You’ve Never Heard It

The Story Of Jesus As You’ve Never Heard It

You’ve likely read the biblical story about Jesus’ life and perhaps even have seen a few Hollywood-type movies, but you’ve probably never heard it told like today’s Off The Grid Radio guest tells it – with spiritual warfare taking place ...

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10 Food Storage Myths … Debunked

10 Food Storage Myths … Debunked

Food storage is essential for homesteaders, off-gridders or anyone else preparing for the unexpected, but it can turn into a disaster if you don’t know what you’re doing. In fact, despite hundreds of books and thousands of blogs on the ...

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Is Fracking Polluting Your Well Water?

Is Fracking Polluting Your Well Water?

The debate over hydraulic fracturing’s impact on America’s water supply is a heated one, and the Environmental Protection Agency added fuel to the argument in early June by issuing a long-awaited report that both sides of the issue said supported ...

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