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Off-Grid Workshop at Beloved Cabin in GA


Live close enough to Georgia to make to the drive? There are still spots available at the Off-Grid Workshop at Beloved Cabin, which begins today at 4 pm and runs through Sunday. I know it’s last-minute, but this is such a fantastic opportunity to learn from a couple who have lived off-grid for most of a decade!

John and Fin Kernohan have been living for 8.5+ years in their 304sqft, DIY, off-grid cabin and have created their 16-acre oasis in the Georgia woods known as Beloved Cabin Tiny House Homestead & Stay. This workshop will teach you all about building a 400 watt solar system, BioGas, rainwater collection, composting toilets, and off-grid heating solutions.

You’ll get to camp under the stars (with bathrooms nearby), and enjoy meals and a bonfire with participants. COVID-19 social distancing measures will be in place to keep everyone safe. Get more information and buy tickets here.

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Off-Grid Workshop: September 19-20, 2020

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Workshop Information:

 This 3-day retreat, which will include camping, off-grid workshops & learning sessions, great food, night-time activities… PLUS great fellowship & fun! 🔥 ☀️ 🌙 🥘 🌽 🍅 🎓 🤗

The cost for this weekend retreat is $149.00 per person and includes:

~ FREE Tiny House Magazine Subscription: Attendees receive a FREE 3-month subscription to Tiny House Magazine.

~ Meals Provided: Lunch (Saturday & Sunday), Dinner (Saturday) and Breakfast (Saturday & Sunday).

~ Workshops and Educational Sessions…

☀️ Solar Energy: Build a 400watt solar system. ☀️

🔥 BioGas: Learn how to create methane gas for cooking fuel as a replacement for propane and natural gas. 🔥

🌧 Rain-Water Collection: Discover the benefits of safe and sanitary rainwater harvesting and its uses. Also, build and add an additional 55-gallon collection drum to one of the existing rainwater collections systems. 🌧

💩 Composting Toilets: See and learn how different industry composting toilets, such as Nature’s Head and Separett, and DIY Composting Systems are used at Beloved Cabin Tiny House Homestead & Stay. Also, learn how to RESPONSIBLY turn black matter from composting toilets into organic soil instead of irresponsibly dumping the contents of composting toilets into landfills, garbage cans, or WORSE!💩

☀️ Off-Grid Heating Solutions: See and discover the advantages of “passive solar heating”, the use of a solar thermal heater, and the difference between wood burning stoves and energy-efficient wood burning stoves. 🔥

🔥 Night-time bonfire & fun. 🔥

John and Fin Kernohan have been living for 8.5+ years in their 304sqft, DIY, off-grid cabin and have created their 16-acre oasis in the Georgia woods known as Beloved Cabin Tiny House Homestead & Stay, which offers parking areas for tiny homes, vans, and skoolies, as well as having tiny houses, a skoolie, a yurt, and a tree house available for short-term rental getaways.

For more information about the United Tiny House Association, Beloved Cabin Tiny House Homestead & Stay, and the upcoming Off-Grid Workshop, please contact John or Fin Kernohan at 706-623-4332 or [email protected]

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife and mama of two little kids. She and her family just purchased a small fixer-upper and are starting a self-sufficient homestead on their happy little acre.
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