Check out some of our favorite self-sufficiency and sustainability solutions

Wildline is able to provide consultation on all of the below solutions, as well as many other adaptive options.

Sillouette of Wind Turbine

Renewable Power

Solar, Wind and Hydro power can all be excellent options for residential properties. Did you know you can get a 26% tax credit for installing solar panels? 

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Hydroponics/Tower Gardens

A space-saving gardening technique which use 20x less water than typical gardens and don't require pesticides.

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Wood Stoves

Wood burning stoves are incredibly energy efficient and charming. Logs are an inexpensive and low-carbon source of fuel.

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Root Cellars

A root cellar is a small room which uses its natural location (underground) to keep stored food fresh regardless of the season. Some are calling root cellars, "The new wine cellar."

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Land Modification

Your property can be modified for anything from increasing wildlife habitation to forming natural irrigation channels to increasing fortifications.

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Gardens

Both for food and herbal remedies. A 600 sq/ft garden can produce 300 lbs of fresh food annually.

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Honeybee Hives

Honey is full of antioxidants, is antibacterial, and expensive at the store. Bonus: Save the bees! 

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Well System

With no monthly bill, fees, or rising costs, a well system is a great way to have continuous savings on your property.

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Rainwater Storage & Harvesting

From emergency water storage to automatic systems for gardens and livestock. Rainwater systems are a great way to cut down water costs and help the environment.

Wild Forest Fires

Disaster Preparedness Setup

Less 'doomsday preppers' and more 'strategic planning'. Completely customizable and easy to plan accordingly for your region and families needs.