Living Off The Grid In Montana

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Living Off The Grid In Montana

Author : Anthony R Carver
ISBN : 1071320920
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6"X9" 120 blank lined pages in this journal that's so much more than a notebook. The perfect size for that person on the go. Students, professionals, friends and loved ones will use this journal to diary lessons learned, new goals, accomplishments, and action plans moving forward. Upgrade from the spiral notebook and bring along any place you find inspiration. Scroll up and click the button to BUY TODAY! No need for electricity Won't break if you drop it It will never expire or need software updates The gift that's actually useful Looks great on a bookshelf The right size for everyone Thoughtful affordable gift Click on the author's name for more great journal gifts!

Off The Grid Homes

Author : Lori Ryker
ISBN : 1423614135
Genre : Architecture
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An in-depth look at the strategies employed in sustainable home design.
Category: Architecture

Montana Cowgirl

Author : Debra Salonen
ISBN : 9781940296555
Genre : Fiction
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Some dreams come with a big price tag. Bailey Jenkins left her hometown of Marietta, Montana, at eighteen, poised to take college and the rodeo world by storm–despite Paul Zabrinski. On the eve of her great escape, at the top of the Ferris Wheel at the Big Marietta Fair, he invoked his great-grandmother Hilda’s curse. “If you do this, Bailey Jenkins, I will hate you forever. And I’ll call on my great-grandmother to curse you. She was a Gypsy witch, you know.” Fifteen years later, Bailey’s back–shattered, humbled by fate and bruised at the soul level but determined to rebuild–once she helps her parents get back on their feet. She didn’t expect Paul Zabrinski to meet her plane, but seeing him strong, handsome and successful is somehow fitting. After all, Bailey didn’t need Paul’s gypsy great-grandmother to put a curse on her–Bailey already had the worst luck on the planet. Never say never. One look at Bailey Jenkins–his first love, the woman he adored…and cursed–and every emotion Paul Zabrinski felt fifteen years earlier comes rushing back. The love of his life broke his heart and made him hate her…or so he thought. The line between love and hate is very narrow, with only so much room for forgiveness. But Paul Zabrinski owns Big Z Hardware and Construction. If anyone is capable of building a bridge for them to cross together, it’s him.
Category: Fiction

Off The Grid

Author : Lori Ryker
ISBN : 1586855166
Genre : Architecture
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Off the Grid confronts the ecological and cultural problems associated with the way we get and use energy, and explains how it is possible to live in a beautifully designed home using much less--no matter where your home is located. Our homes are connected by a nearly invisible grid of infrastructure that binds us together. It is a system of electrical poles, wire, substations, hydroelectric dams, telecommunication towers, and water extraction and sewage systems. From within this system we work, play, and raise families. We have also created one of the greatest environmental challenges known to modern civilization. The signs of our impact upon the world can be recognized in the reports of environmental changes occurring across the earth, and they can also be seen in the growing failures of the energy grids across the world as the current system is stressed beyond its capacity. Technologies that can be used to live off the grid (geothermal energy use, wind turbines, photovoltaic arrays, micro hydropower, rainwater collection and reclamation, and more) are explained as author Lori Ryker shows how to choose and incorporate these sources according to geography and climate. Off the Grid beautifully illustrates that this is not just a concept for rural living; examples of homes that are -off the grid- to varying degrees are found in New York City; Ontario, Canada; Stuttgart, Germany; Belmont, California; Pipe Creek, Texas; Clyde Park, Montana; Twin Lakes, Minnesota; Laytonville, California; Venice, California; and New South Wales, Australia. Off the Grid shows how we can take responsibility for our future choices and conveniences now, and proves that off-the-grid living is a concept that can be easily understood and adopted by everyone, regardless of where you live or how much money you make. Lori Ryker grew up in Texas and has lived and worked in a variety of locations, including Boston, New York City, Portland, and Basel, Switzerland. She now resides in Livingston, Montana, where she teaches in the School of Architecture at Montana State University and is a partner, along with Brett W. Nave, of Ryker/Nave Design. Their work has been published in The House You Build, and Western Interiors and Design. Ryker holds a MArch from Harvard Graduate School of Design and a Ph.D. from Texas A & M University. She is the author of Mockbee Coker: Thought and Process.
Category: Architecture

Alternative Energy Sourcebook

Author : Real Goods Trading Corporation
ISBN : CORNELL:31924050815251
Genre : Business & Economics
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Articles on alternative means of generating, storing, and using power, and on ways to conserve energy, are combined with a catalog of related equipment
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The Montana Challenge

Author : Jane McClintock-Suffern
ISBN : 9781543410679
Genre : Fiction
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McKenzie ODannon is a retiring Navy Seal. She has been on many missions in Afghanistan and at sea and has suffered PSTD. She has trained Seals in martial arts and is also part of a unit that works with Belgian Malinois dogs. Her partner Kane Cullen also works with her unit and the dogs. They are about to embark on a retirement in a secret valley in northwestern Montana. Before they can leave, four of her friends and soon-to-be husbands join them on their adventure. As time goes by, they collect even more people that are interested in living off the grid. Her dad and grandfather have been living that way for many years, and they will join them. They will have many adventures, but they will survive. By Jane McClintock-Suffern
Category: Fiction

Redwood Bend A Virgin River Novel Book 16

Author : Robyn Carr
ISBN : 9781408995501
Genre : Fiction
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Virgin River – Now a Netflix Original series Virgin River- Book 16 One moment can change everything
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ISBN : UOM:39015058325930
Genre : Installations (Art)
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The Unsettlers

Author : Mark Sundeen
ISBN : 9781101618059
Genre : Social Science
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“An in-depth and compelling account of diverse Americans living off the grid.” —Los Angeles Times The radical search for the simple life in today’s America. On a frigid April night, a classically trained opera singer, five months pregnant, and her husband, a former marine biologist, disembark an Amtrak train in La Plata, Missouri, assemble two bikes, and pedal off into the night, bound for a homestead they've purchased, sight unseen. Meanwhile, a horticulturist, heir to the Great Migration that brought masses of African Americans to Detroit, and her husband, a product of the white flight from it, have turned to urban farming to revitalize the blighted city they both love. And near Missoula, Montana, a couple who have been at the forefront of organic farming for decades navigate what it means to live and raise a family ethically. A work of immersive journalism steeped in a distinctively American social history and sparked by a personal quest, The Unsettlers traces the search for the simple life through the stories of these new pioneers and what inspired each of them to look for -- or create -- a better existence. Captivating and clear-eyed, it dares us to imagine what a sustainable, ethical, authentic future might actually look like.
Category: Social Science

In Business

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ISBN : UCLA:L0068128107
Genre : Small business
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The Freedom Handbook

Author : Luke Denis
ISBN : 9781524582524
Genre : Self-Help
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SHOCKING, BEAUTIFUL, PROVOCATIVE and WILD A big, bold manifesto covering most of our world's issues, this message feels good and positive overall because it's stacked with solutions that sandwich all problems. It reads easily and surprisingly quickly, yet it constantly challenges you and evokes a wide range of powerful emotion. Recognizing the enormous task of changing beliefs, you feel supported at times through a wild journey and the chapter A Whole World's Dark Night of the Soul offers solid footing in scary territory. This is an impassioned guide to breaking the chains that hold humanity back and an insightful, inciting examination of the juxtaposition between mankind's infinite potential and the limitations imposed by the plutocracy that will leave you vibrating with excitement! SOLUTIONS TO END THE LEFT/RIGHT DEBATE Refreshingly principled non partisan look at politics and the world Our future is our choice. Orwellian squared or freedom. This handbook ignores the rabbit holes and evidences just how moot most of these issues truly are. Taking out the trash from our conversations allows us to focus on the core issues. Socialists, libertarians, anarchists, and fans of democracy alike can all find common ground and answers to valid concerns in this strikingly straightforward set of ideas and strategy. STRIKING DECISIVENESS AND SURPRISING DIRECT ACTION Packing a lot of sense, punch and power to help freedom gain more ground and all of humanity to live happier, healthier lives, The Freedom Handbook also provides fascinating insight into the ideas and thinking of two of today's newest and loudest voices for freedom Luke Denis and Chris Hampton, co-founders of the new controversial media channel Incite Insight.
Category: Self-Help

Gridded Worlds An Urban Anthology

Author : Reuben Rose-Redwood
ISBN : 9783319764900
Genre : Social Science
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This book is the first edited collection to bring together classic and contemporary writings on the urban grid in a single volume. The contributions showcased in this book examine the spatial histories of the grid from multiple perspectives in a variety of urban contexts. They explore the grid as both an indigenous urban form and a colonial imposition, a symbol of Confucian ideals and a spatial manifestation of the Protestant ethic, a replicable model for real estate speculation within capitalist societies and a spatial framework for the design of socialist cities. By examining the entangled histories of the grid, Gridded Worlds considers the variegated associations of gridded urban space with different political ideologies, economic systems, and cosmological orientations in comparative historical perspective. In doing so, this interdisciplinary anthology seeks to inspire new avenues of research on the past, present, and future of the gridded worlds of urban life. Gridded Worlds is primarily tailored to scholars working in the fields of urban history, world history, urban historical geography, architectural history, urban design, and the history of urban planning, and it will also be of interest to art historians, area studies scholars, and the urban studies community more generally.
Category: Social Science

Real Goods News

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Micro Living

Author : Derek “Deek” Diedricksen
ISBN : 9781612128771
Genre : House & Home
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For everyone who’s ever dreamed of simplifying their life and downsizing their home, Micro Living offers an insider’s look at what tiny house living is really like. Best-selling author and tiny house enthusiast Derek “Deek” Diedricksen profiles 40 tiny — but practical — houses that are equipped for full-time living, all in 400 square feet or less. Detailed photography and a floor plan for each structure highlight inventive space-saving design features along with the nuts-and-bolts details of heating, cooling, electric, and plumbing systems. The real-life stories of residents impart the pleasures, as well as the challenges, of day-to-day living. With tips on what to consider before you build, along with framing plans for a prototype small cabin, Micro Living is the perfect starter handbook for both dreamers and doers. This publication conforms to the EPUB Accessibility specification at WCAG 2.0 Level AA.
Category: House & Home

Bound To The Earth

Author : James A. Swan
ISBN : IND:30000044439366
Genre : Nature
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Category: Nature

The Simple Living Guide

Author : Janet Luhrs
ISBN : 0553067966
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Offers advice to those seeking to simplify their lives and provides strategies, inspiration, and resources for establishing a thoughtful life style
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The Montana Bride

Author : Jeannie Watt
ISBN : 9781943963041
Genre : Fiction
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She’s not running anymore… After a decade away, Jacie Rose has returned with her daughter to Cherry Lake to renovate a historic hotel…and to lay some ghosts to rest. She knows she’ll have to confront mistakes she made in the past, but she didn’t expect to be living right next door to the guy she once asked to be her husband. When Brett Jackson was approached ten years ago by Jacie Rose with the wild scheme of marrying her to help her out of a jam, his white knight instincts kicked in and he agreed to be her emergency groom. The only problem was that the bride didn’t show up for the wedding. How’s he supposed to get used to seeing the woman he’s never forgotten every day now that she’s his neighbor? Determined to provide the secure home life for her daughter that she never had, Jacie is not about to bring a man into her life—even one that she sometimes thinks should have been there all along. But Brett and Jacie soon discover the spark between them is even stronger than before… Now that their paths have crossed again, will they lead them back to the wedding that almost was? The Marvells of Montana Book 1: The Montana Bride Book 2: The Christmas Secret Book 3 - coming soon p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 14.0px Arial; color: #323333; -webkit-text-stroke: #323333} span.s1 {font-kerning: none}
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Sam Bourne 4 Book Thriller Collection

Author : Sam Bourne
ISBN : 9780007549948
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Four nail-biting thrillers from No. 1 bestselling author Sam Bourne.
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