[before_listing id=233 images= youtube=null] I am a 30-something professional male who would like to go off-grid indefinitely. I am not sure to what extent this would be feasible, as I am currently stuck in the rat-race, and would need to make the transition gradually.

I like the idea of being completely independent, but I’m not too keen on the idea of living in a tent.

I’m looking for advice, guidance, or even references to reputable sustainability resources in the NY Metro area.[landbuddy_listing id=233 youtube=null]

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3 Responses to “Suburbanite looking to go off-grid…eventually”

  1. diane

    I live in Brooklyn and am also very interested in off grid living. Let me know if you have any good ideas of how to get started. I am also in the rat race and need to slowly get out.

  2. rita

    let me know when you get that group together I too am interested in off grid homestead

  3. Valentin

    Hey, I’m in the metro area as well, in Queens to be exact. Im trying to get a group together.

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