Yes… You Can Take This Workshop From Anywhere In The World!
All times are Eastern Standard Time
Become as independent as possible with off grid power production, water systems, and food storage methods.
During this tumultuous year many of us have learned about what is truly essential and learning survival skills and self-sufficiency through solar power production may provide peace of mind to some of us.
Is it possible to maintain a comfortable lifestyle and live off–grid? Just ask Kyle Murray, who has lived off-grid for many years now, and he is interested in teaching you about the practical considerations and applications of off-grid living. Get back to the basics!
What You Will Learn
- Power production – solar panels, inverters, placement, installment
- Power storage – battery bank, how to harness and store power
- Power delivery – how to transfer that power into the home
- Heating – wood stoves, propane space heaters or furnaces, back up heating sources
- Water systems – wells, pumps, tanks, water delivery
- Food storage and preservation – cold rooms, storage methods
- Things to grow – types of food that store well
Who Is This Course For:
For those who want to become as independent as possible living off the grid and living a self sustained existence!
Saturday, December 12th, 2020 at 1:00 pm
Please log-in 15 minutes early NOTE ALL TIMES ARE IN EASTERN STANDARD TIMES.
This is a live and interactive multi media Zoom presentation. We will provide credentials and log-in information as well as step-by-step instruction for the first time user. See instructional video below.
Requirements and Supplies:
No equipment or supplies are necessary to begin this course.
A chance to have your question answered LIVE by Kyle as it pertains to your course. The course will have a 30 minute Q&A at the end. Therefore, total run time is 1 hour and 30 minutes.
The course is $35.00 and has limited space
Full payment is due upon booking your place, remember this course sells out very quickly.
Reserve your space now (Via PayPal) by clicking on the link above.
As this workshop fills up quickly and is on a first come first serve basis our cancellation policy is to provide credit for another workshop time of same value.
Kyle was born in 1983 and grew up on his family farm, Topsy Farms, on Amherst Island. He began working with the sheep and helping on the farm at an early age, learning from his parents, the head shepherd, and other farm employees. He used to play guitar in a band, enjoys strategy games, and has always been environmentally conscious. Kyle spent time in New Zealand where he worked on an apple orchard and a sheep farm. He then traveled to British Columbia to learn a variety of skills in general contracting while completing home renovations.
Constantly considerate of his impact on the environment, Kyle has learned to install and operate a solar power production system. His house is entirely off-grid, and currently completely reliant on solar power, with a wood stove providing heat in the winter.
Kyle enjoys sharing knowledge with people who are interested in caring for bees, sheep, and the natural world which sustains them.
If you have any issues at all contact us directly via the email link below.