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Inspiring and very impressive abilities and projects on the linked youtube channel...

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I happened to come across the below youtube channel, and after watching just one of the videos for about 5 minutes or so, thought that many people on this forum may appreciate this man's abilities, projects, etc.  He has so much to share and show, and has done so many projects on his off-grid homestead, that I wasn't even sure what forum to post his channel in. It fits here, but would also fit on quite a few others.
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Thanks so much for posting this Annie! My husband had mentioned this chap - apparently he has a very impressive off grid workshop, and does a lot of micro hydro installations. I couldn't find it when I looked on youtube, but Permies comes up trumps! I'm looking forward to seeing his projects.
Kris is based in Wales (UK), which has (or had) some interesting planning rules allowing low impact development.
Drove my Chevy to the levee but the levee was dry. I wrung this tiny ad and it was still dry.
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