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Tips on recycling when living off-grid

Recycling when living off-grid can be a bit more challenging than when living in a more urban or suburban environment. However, with a little planning and effort, it is possible to minimize waste and maximize recycling when living off the grid. Here are some tips: Living off-grid doesn’t mean you can’t recycle. By reducing waste,…
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Off-grid Composting Toilets

Off-grid composting toilets are a type of toilet that does not rely on traditional sewage systems or water supply. Instead, they use a combination of natural processes to break down and transform human waste into compost that can be used as fertilizer for plants. Composting toilets work by providing an environment where natural bacteria and…
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Dehydrated food

Dehydrated food is food that has had most of its moisture removed through a drying process. This can be done through various methods such as sun-drying, oven-drying, or using a dehydrator. The main advantage of dehydrating food is that it extends its shelf life and makes it more convenient to store and transport. Some common…
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Food canning

Food canning is a preservation method that involves sealing food in airtight containers, such as jars, to prevent spoilage. The process involves heating the food to a high temperature to kill any bacteria, yeast, or mold that may cause spoilage, and then sealing it in a container to prevent the re-introduction of microorganisms. There are…
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What is an Unorganized Township?

An unorganized township refers to a geographic region in Canada that is not within the jurisdiction of any local government or municipality. This means that there is no local authority responsible for providing public services such as water and sewage, road maintenance, and waste management. An unorganized township doesn’t require building permits and there are…
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