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Greetings! I have lived off the grid on 20 acres in rural PNW for the last 17 years. While there are many areas of homesteading that come natural to me now, there are even more areas where I consider myself a total novice. I am so excited to 'meet' you all and to learn from this incredible resource! After I get over my newbie-ness hopefully I can give back by sharing some of what I have learned over the years.

Cheers ~ Zenais

Wife to a Worm Farmer, Mom to three off the grid/off the hook teens and Everything to one goofy dog.
 
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Welcome! That's awesome that you've been able to live off the grid for 17 years. We've only been on our five acres for 2 years and are nowhere near off the grid. I look forward to reading and learning from what you have to share!
 
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Howdy Zenais, welcome to permies !

Don't be shy, jump right in! Sounds like you may have all sorts of things to share with us.
 
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Thanks to you both! I am really enjoying this forum; what a resource!

 
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