Living Off the Grid in California (Does it Cost Too Much?)

Living Off the Grid in California (Does it Cost Too Much?)

California lies on the west coast of the United States, and if it were its own country, it would be the fifth richest in the world. California has a population of roughly 39.51 million people, and it continues to increase every year, though it has slowed recently. There are plenty of people living off the…

Is Living Off Grid in Montana Possible? (Complete Guide) 

Is Living Off Grid in Montana Possible? (Complete Guide) 

Living off grid in Montana is completely possible. Although the state is rugged and has extreme temperatures, many people can be seen living there off the land. The population density is so low that there are more bears per square mile than people—now that’s rural. Want to read more about off grid living? We’ve written…

Living Off Grid in Alaska (Here’s Everything You Need to Know)

Living Off Grid in Alaska (Here’s Everything You Need to Know)

Living off the grid in Alaska is unlike any other state; self-reliance is essential, and tiny errors may be costly. People that live off the grid in this area are often self-sufficient, know how to survive off the land, and have at least some survival skills. Although I have lived in Alaska for most of…

Off Grid Living in Maine (Everything You Should Know)

Off Grid Living in Maine (Everything You Should Know)

Overall, off grid living in Maine is completely possible. Maine is in the northeastern United States. Some of the country’s most magnificent wild woodlands exist in the state. Maine has a low population density, with roughly 1.33 million people, and no cities with populations over 100,000 people. In general, states with no cities with populations…

Living Off Grid in Wyoming (Is it the Best State?)

Living Off Grid in Wyoming (Is it the Best State?)

Wyoming is one of the largest states in the United States, yet it also has one of the smallest populations. Wyoming’s population is currently around 580k people, with the majority of the population living in smaller towns. In fact, there are no cities with over 100k people. This makes living off the grid in Wyoming…

Living Off Grid in West Virginia (Your Complete Guide)

Living Off Grid in West Virginia (Your Complete Guide)

West Virginia is one of the poorest states in the US, with the eastern section of the state being one of the lowest. Few people travel there because it has little to offer, yet living off grid in West Virginia can be fantastic. West Virginia’s population is currently around 1.8 million, and it is essentially…

Living Off the Grid in Washington State (What to Know)

Living Off the Grid in Washington State (What to Know)

Washington is a state in the United States with a population of 7.53 million people. It is located in the northwest corner of the country. Because most of the state is pristine wilderness, living off the grid in Washington State is relatively common. The off grid living lifestyle has become increasingly popular over the years….

Here’s What You Need to Know About Living Off the Grid in Virginia

Here’s What You Need to Know About Living Off the Grid in Virginia

When it comes to living off the grid, few people mention Virginia, even though it appears to be an outstanding off the grid state. With an estimated population of 8.5 million people, Virginia is one of the most populous states on the east coast. The largest city in Virginia is Virginia Beach, which has 450k…

Everything You Need to Know About Off Grid Living in Vermont

Everything You Need to Know About Off Grid Living in Vermont

Vermont is a small state with one of the smallest populations in the US. The population is around 626k people, up from around 597k in 2000. This indicates that not many people are relocating here. Although it is a lovely state with many gorgeous areas, you’ll need substantial money if off grid living in Vermont…