7 Places in the U.S. Where You Can Move to for FREE and Live Off the Grid! (Over a Million Views!)

A white picket fence outlining a neatly groomed yard in a precisely planned development has been the stereotypical “American dream” for years. But now, some Americans are dreaming of living with “more space, less government, and true independence.” The movement is known as “off –the-grid” living, and it’s catching on in rural areas.

Going off the grid means living off the land and without government assistance. Millions of people live off the grid! The Amish, many Asians & Jews. Globally, hundreds of millions of indigenous people live off the grid. How to live for free? Barter for housing, land, food, and stuff… just get creative.

The movement has garnered a lot of buzz in recent years, and these sustainable communities have been springing up in rural areas all across the country. Although those who live off the grid are cut off from traditional power, sewage, water and gas lines, these sustainable communities generate their own electricity and communicate via satellites.

Here are seven of the best places for going off the grid and living sustainably in the U.S. (Here are 5 places people of color can move to when they’ve had enough of America! Enter)

Three Rivers Recreation Area

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Offgrid Kindred

Hidden in Central Oregon, Three Rivers Recreation Area is home to about 625 off-the-grid homeowners. The 4,000-acre community offers solar-powered electricity, high-speed internet and satellite television. But if you’re a little more outdoorsy, there are plenty of opportunities for riding dirt bikes, hunting, fishing and stargazing. The properties in the community range from simple campsites to cabins to million-dollar homes, so there’s sure to be something in your price range at Three Rivers.

Greater World Community

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Life at 55 MPH

The Greater World Community is home to the world’s first “Earthship” subdivision. Earthship homes are sustainable, solar-powered buildings made of eco-friendly materials, like adobe and recycled tires. Sprawled out over 634 acres in Taos, N.M., the Greater World Community offers residents open green space with hiking,biking and parks.

Breitenbush

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Facebook/Breitenbush Hot Springs Retreat and Conference Center

 

While some off the grid communities pop up because homeowners are out of reach from any power companies, others are planned communities. Breitenbush is a planned, off-the-grid community in Oregon with about 60 permanent residents. The Breitenbush Hot Springs Retreat and Conference Center also draws in tourists to the community. What makes this off-the-grid community so special is that it’s heated by geothermal wells.

Earthaven

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Ecovillage Book

 

Nestled in the mountains of North Carolina, just outside of Asheville, Earthaven is a planned community that focuses on being sustainable. Its 60 residents live in homes powered by solar power and hydropower. The village is set on 320 acres of land and hopes to grow to be a community of 150 residents.

Emerald Earth

Emerald Earth
Emerald Earth

 

While most off-the-grid communities are made up of several homes, Emerald Earth has a single home in its community that is home to a dozen residents. There’s also no need for a septic system in this community because it runs on a composting outhouse. The communal house sits on 189 acres in Mendocino County, Calif.

Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage

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Planet Save/Ziggy

 

Dancing Rabbit is an ecovillage in northeast Missouri that’s home to 45 residents dedicated to living sustainably and making cultural change. The community focuses on living simply, using renewable energy and building homes out of sustainable and reclaimed materials.

Twin Oaks Community

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Twin Oaks Tofu

 

Just because you go off the grid doesn’t mean you have to give up working and making money. At the Twin Oaks Community, residents work making and selling hammocks and tofu that they distribute commercially. The residents split the profits and make a stipend and receive health care benefits. The community was established in 1967 and sits on 450 acres in rural central Virginia.  If you’re ready to move away for free and create a blissful peaceful and abundant life… Checkout the books below… then go to our ebook page for more. Enter

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Author: Lovely (Verified Member)
Category: off the grid jobs, popular, visionaries, Wow!
Date: July 1, 2016
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