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Chris2041
By Chris2041 on Mon, Aug 1, 2016 - 4:38am

New Member

Hi, My name is Chris and I live in a small town in Wales called Tywyn. I'm just getting into Peak Prosperity and looking for advice or local connections. I'm starting by looking at my food production options and considering an Allotment, so any advice would be welcomed.

Are there any active support groups in Wales/UK?

Thanks

Chris H

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David Adams
By David Adams on Thu, Jul 28, 2016 - 11:55am

4 Tips for Prepping Your Apartment (and Wallet) for a Scorching Summer

Grab your portable fans and sunscreen. 2016 is on track to incinerate your idea of a typical summer.

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utahbengoshi
By utahbengoshi on Sat, Jul 9, 2016 - 3:49pm

Nice to meet you!

My wife, Becky, and I are happy to join this group! Looking forward to getting to know you all point do you live in the West Jordan area to build a place of greater self-resilience. Have done some but want to take it to a whole new level. We look forward to helping each other through the learning curves. 

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utahbengoshi
By utahbengoshi on Sat, Jul 9, 2016 - 3:49pm

Nice to meet you!

My wife, Becky, and I are happy to join this group! Looking forward to getting to know you all point do you live in the West Jordan area to build a place of greater self-resilience. Have done some but want to take it to a whole new level. We look forward to helping each other through the learning curves. 

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collinar
By collinar on Wed, Apr 6, 2016 - 9:29am

24/7 Base load alternative energy power production

I would like to get your opinion on this offering. This is a clean, fuel-less, energy generator that operates 24/7 long term. Unit size ranges from 5KW to 100KW. Manufacturer estimated cost of energy production is about $0.03 per kwh. Units are shipping.

Google: Rosch Innovations to see a technical description.

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City Living

Our aim is to help members survive within the city limits during a time with scarcity in energy, food and water.

With real estate prices rising, it becomes important to find new ways to save and prosper. I have also included a list of important links to help with understanding the new-age, digital world.

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gnltabor
By gnltabor on Thu, Mar 24, 2016 - 8:42pm

Saving on electricity?

Electricity is the foundation of modern living.  We use it to heat, cook, light, and power devices such as phones, computers, and TV's, toasters, coffee pots, etc.  Some people are powering yard equipment like lawn mowers, weed whackers, landscape lighting, decorative fountains, hot tubs, swimming pools, and even PEV automobiles today with electricity.  Now some of you may be using natural gas to cook, run your clothes dryer, water heater, and furnace, but even these devices today usually have electronic ignition, electric powered blowers, and electrically power

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wtf is going on
By wtf is going on on Thu, Jan 21, 2016 - 3:04pm

solar systems

Does anyone have any experience with in home solar systems in southern alberta?

I've got my food and home heating solutions in place but if the power were to be out for an extended period of time I don't know what I'd do.

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Algonquin
By Algonquin on Wed, May 20, 2015 - 4:15pm

Building a Sustainable Home/Property

Hi Everyone,

I've been doing research on building a "Farmhouse" if I can find the right land and wanted to pass along a website that does modular construction in a factory but is really attractive construction and you get price certainty due to no unexpected cost overruns at least with the stick built home. They also have a development that they built in VT that is a little sustainable community. 8 homes with shared area as well as your own private area and private garden to grow food and of course solar powered. 

http://www.villagehillvermont.com/

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Adam Taggart
By Adam Taggart on Mon, Apr 13, 2015 - 11:55pm

Great Visualization Of Declining US Oil Rig Count

We've all read about the blow lower oil prices is dealing to the US shale industry, the jobs and supply 'miracle' that was destined to make America energy-independent.

But what impact exactly are these lower prices having?