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Off Grid Living serves as a gathering place and resource for individuals who share an interest in disconnecting from the grid, whether by choice or necessity.#### Description Off the Grid or off-grid is a characteristic of buildings as well as a lifestyle designed in an independent manner without reliance on one or more public utilities such as the electrical grid, gas, city sewer, and so forth. Off grid living allows for varying levels of self-sufficiency, which is advantageous for multiple reasons such as geographical limitations and environmental impact. Generally, an off-grid property must be able to supply energy and potable water, and ideally would also manage food, waste and wastewater.

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