Together with my good friend and fellow off-gridder Ron Melchiore, we’ve created what may very well be the most comprehensive, step-by-step system to transform YOU from an honest homeowner into a self-sufficient person that has an extra income and doesn’t owe anybody a thing. It’s called: The Self-Sufficient Backyard Nowadays we could all use a little more self-sufficiency in our lives as there’s no telling when or even how this crisis will end.
But it’s almost certainly going to get much worse before it gets any better. On the flip side, since we’ll be stuck at home for the foreseeable future it’s the best time to work on improving the house and saving money. 100+ tips to save money that you are paying needlessly right now All you really need to do are simple DIY projects that you can implement in a few hours or days like: the self-heating year-round greenhouse, a moneymaking basement crop for year-round, the mini-chicken coop on 8 square feet, a complete windowsill medicinal garden, the quick battery trick for making almost any kind last longer, the independent water source, a small kitchen root-cellar, an ingenious system for growing food suspended indoors, the handy backyard beehive, a stove that gives you free pressurized water and many…and I do mean many others! Click to discover over 75 DIY Projects Under 75$ You Need to Add to Your Home The Self-Sufficient Backyard System provides colored pictures and crystal-clear instructions for each step of every project so that YOU can become less dependent on pharmacies, and grocery chains and take back your independence. These are the same projects Ron and Johanna have relied on for decades living off the grid and far away from “civilized society”. In their unique book “The Self-Sufficient Backyard” they’ve distilled their over 40 years of self-sufficient living wisdom into a complete blueprint you can use to: Turn a Typical Money-Draining House into A Tiny Profitable Homestead We are two of the "back to the land people" from the late1970s. We have been living off the grid for the last 40 years and we've enjoyed every bit of it.