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One of the most challenging things about building an off-grid farm is managing water. We don’t have a well or running water on the property, so we had to haul water until we could get our tanks installed, and then of course, the tanks have to be filled, and water has to be moved around the property for different things (like bathing, drinking, watering bees, trees, & plants, etc). We just got the final water delivery for the season, and it’s a huge relief to know we have the water that we need to live and support life on our land.
It was amazing to watch the truck that delivered the water navigating down the driveway – it got a bit sketchy on the way back up, but he made it out so that’s what matters.