Off Grid Home Build (#2): Clearing, Bucking, Splitting and Stacking Firewood – Thumbnail


In our last episode, we cleared some trees for our off grid home build. All those trees will make good firewood for next year. We use the LogOx 3-in-1 Forestry kit to make quick work of gathering logs and then we split and stack. This is our first woodpile at the new off-grid home site.

LogOx 3-in-1 Forestry Set:

Buy a Guildbrook Farm tee or mug:

Get an art commission done by Jaime at Guildbrook Art:

Donate towards some lumber for the house:

Off Grid Home Build: Clearing Trees and Finding Water (Pt. 1):

The Dirt: We Answer Questions About Our Off Grid House Build:

Is It Cheaper Off-Grid? Our First 5 Months Living Off The Grid:

The Dirt: How We Make Money On Our Off-Grid Homestead:

The Dirt: We Answer Questions About Our Off-Grid Homestead Plans:

Guildbrook Farm is an off grid, modern homestead located in the foothills of Appalachia. We take you along on our journey to become more self reliant by growing an organic garden, raising heritage breed chickens and pigs, improve our skills in canning and food preservation, building off the grid renewable energy systems, prepping for events such as natural disasters, and learning old time skills. Join us as we build an off-grid cabin and homestead from raw land while remaining debt-free. Follow our successes and failures as we learn to live a more simple, sustainable lifestyle.

Thanks for watching!

Jeremy, Jaime, Marina, and Ilaria ❤️

Guildbrook Farm
201 Tom Hall Street #1171
Fort Mill, SC 29715-1171

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