Here’s What You Need to Know About Off Grid Living in Rhode Island

Here’s What You Need to Know About Off Grid Living in Rhode Island

Off grid living is legal in Rhode Island, but it is not a good state for it because property prices are high, taxes are high, and living expenses are greater than the national average. The low crime rate is the single positive element of living off the grid in this state, but all of the…

How to Live Off Grid in Pennsylvania (What You Should Know)

How to Live Off Grid in Pennsylvania (What You Should Know)

Pennsylvania is steeped in history and boasts a plethora of tourist attractions. Despite the fact that Pennsylvania is a state, many of its citizens consider it to be a part of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, which is essentially a state with minor variations. Pennsylvania has a population of roughly 12.81 million people. Living off grid…

Everything You Need to Know About Off Grid Living in Oregon

Everything You Need to Know About Off Grid Living in Oregon

Oregon is located on the west coast of the United States and is considered one of the most beautiful states in the country. Beautiful beaches, woods, mountains, lakes, and rivers abound in Oregon. The population has been steadily increasing during the last few decades. Oregon’s population is currently approximately 4.2 million people, up from roughly…

Living Off Grid in Oklahoma (My Complete Guide)

Living Off Grid in Oklahoma (My Complete Guide)

Oklahoma lies in the middle of the country, and some could consider it a flyover state because there isn’t much going on there. However, living off grid in Oklahoma great choice. Oklahoma’s population is estimated to be around 3.94 million people, and it is growing every year. Oklahoma contains four cities with populations of over…

Living Off Grid in North Dakota (Everything You Need to Know)

Living Off Grid in North Dakota (Everything You Need to Know)

If you enjoy nature, North Dakota is a great place to visit! Living off grid in North Dakota however comes with a price: harsh winters and a very solitary lifestyle. North Dakota has a population of roughly 760k people and only one major city: Fargo, with a population of over 100k. Bismarck has 72 thousand…

Living Off Grid in North Carolina (Everything You Need to Know)

Living Off Grid in North Carolina (Everything You Need to Know)

North Carolina is located on the east coast. Many people consider it to be geographically in the sweet spot, at least for living off grid. It offers access to both the beach and the mountains, with certain summits offering views of the ocean on clear days. North Carolina has a population of a little over…

Living Off Grid in New York (Can You Survive The Winter?)

Living Off Grid in New York (Can You Survive The Winter?)

New York is arguably the last state that comes to mind when considering off grid living. Despite having one of the greatest population densities in the country, there are still locations where living off grid in New York is possible. In this state, there are people and even a handful of towns who live off…

Off-Grid Living Guide to New Jersey (5 Tips You Should Know)

Off-Grid Living Guide to New Jersey (5 Tips You Should Know)

New Jersey is situated between two big cities, New York and Philadelphia. The population is currently approximately 8 million, and is the second state from which people are moving out. When you consider New Jersey’s geographical location, proximity to states with high taxes, and high population density, it doesn’t take long to realize that living…

What You Need To Know About Living Off Grid in Nevada

What You Need To Know About Living Off Grid in Nevada

Nevada is located in the western portion of the United States, and it is the driest and highest-elevation state in the country. Nevada has a population of roughly 3 million people, with five cities with populations above 100,000. The majority of residents live in smaller towns and cities strewn across the state. Some even are…

Off Grid Living Guide to Nebraska (What You Need To Know)

Off Grid Living Guide to Nebraska (What You Need To Know)

When you hear about Nebraska, you’ll often hear that it’s a “flyover state,” meaning that few people stop here. Many people dislike Nebraska because it appears to be a very uninteresting place to live. Funny enough that’s one of the key reasons, in my opinion, that off grid living in Nebraska is a good idea….