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BOIS BLANK ISLAND LAKE HURON MICHIGAN OFF GRID HOME ON 16 ACRES

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BOIS BLANC ISLAND MICHIGAN OFF GRID LOG HOME 16 ACRES
Listing ID: 30966

 

BOIS BLANK ISLAND LAKE HURON MICHIGAN OFF GRID HOME ON 16 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE

Lake Huron Remote Bois Blanc Island Off Grid Log Home on 16 acres. here are 16 acres of mostly hardwoods. The land is dry, no swampy areas; not on lakeshore, but about 1 mile away down a 2-track road. he house is a two story log home and also has a walk-out basement, about 2000 square feet of living space. It is off-grid and has a 12 volt system charged by windmill and generator.

16 (+/-) Acres

$ 150,000 USD

Washington Park Blvd Pointe Aux Pins, MI Mackinac County, USA 49775
Contact Information:
Name: FSBO
Phone: Email Only Please
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Prime Virginia Trout Steam Land for Sale 40 Acres

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PRIME VIRGINIA TROUT STREAM LAND FOR SALE
Listing ID: 27900

Prime Virginia Trout Steam Land for Sale

Our breath-taking Black Diamond community has been developed with an emphasis on the natural assets of the landscape and concern for the environment in mind.

40 (+/-) Acres  $199,400 USD

Maggie, VA Craig County, USA 24127

Contact Information:
Name: Manager
Company Name: VA Hunter Company
Phone: 1-877-777-4837 ext. 200
Email Contact: Click Here!
WEB: VALandSale.com

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6.1 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE SIX RIVERS NATIONAL FOREST MAD RIVER CALIFORNIA

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6.1 ACRES LAND FOR SALE MAD RIVER CALIFORNIA
Listing ID: 30881

6.1 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE SIX RIVERS NATIONAL FOREST MAD RIVER CALIFORNIA GREAT CABIN SITE

Undeveloped 6.1 Ac. near Mad River in Trinity County features open wooded land and a spring-fed pond. Good year ’round access. Great site for your country cabin. This 6.1 acres of land for sale is in the Blue Rock neighborhood and is in the Six Rivers National Forest.

6.1 (+/-) Acres

$ 89,000 USD

Fiddleneck Ln Mad River, CA Trinity County, USA 95552

Contact Information:
Name: Susan Rogers
Company Name: Humboldt Trinity Real Estate
Phone: 707-777-3613
Email Contact: Click Here!
WEB: Humboldt Land Search

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FLORIDA WAKULLA COUNTY GULF FRONT VIEWS LAND AVAILABLE

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FLORIDA WAKULLA COUNTY GULF FRONT VIEWS LAND AVAILABLE
Listing ID: 30756

NEW TO MARKET ADVANCED NOTICE OF SALE GULF VIEW SHORES SHELL POINT FLORIDA

A bank’s huge loss makes it possible to own some of the finest waterfront land in Florida. Every lot is waterfront and dockable and many are Gulf Front with views of the Gulf of Mexico! Right now we are offering YOU the first chance to be notified when we begin selling. Lender’s Loss Is Your Gain!

0.25 (+/-) Acres $ 159,900 USD

Shell Point, FL Wakulla County, USA 32327

Name: Sales Specialist
Company Name: Gulf View Shores
Phone: 888-375-0927
Email Contact: Click Here!
WEB: Gulf View Shores

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1 TO 2 ACRE PARCELS FOR SALE GOLDEN VALLEY AZ

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1 TO 2 ACRE PARCELS FOR SALE GOLDEN VALLEY AZ
Listing ID: 30729

SUN WEST ACRES & PARADISE ACRES MOHAVE COUNTY GOLDEN VALLEY ARIZONA
1 TO 2 ACRE PARCELS OF LAND FOR SALE W/ FINANCING

Just off Historic Route 66, Sun West Acres is ideally located SW of Kingman, Arizona in the very scenic Sacramento Valley. This is nature’s wilderness, magnificent and unspoiled. At Sun West Acres you can choose from a wide selection of beautiful desert parcels ranging in size from on to two acres.

1 (+/-) Acres $8,495 USD

4750-4882 Macayo Dr Golden Valley, AZ
Mohave County, 86413 USA

Name: Tim Holley Designated Broker
Phone: 928-530-0347
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4 HOMES ON 2 LAKEFRONT ACRES SISKIYOU CO., NORTHERN CA

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Listing ID: 18216

Affordable Lake Front Retirement / Vacation / Investment Property
4 Waterfront Homes on Copco Lake in Northern California

2 Lakefront Acres with 4 homes. Main home 3 bed/2 ba, 1400 sq.ft. w/ 3 additional fully furnished chalet type cabins, 2 bed/1 ba, 900 sq.ft. each. Secluded on the California/Oregon border. Potential monthly income of $2400+. Great outdoor living. Quiet relaxation. Newer 40 year roofs.

2 (+/-) Acres $239,900 USD

17411 Patricia Ave Montague, CA Siskiyou County, USA 96064

Company Name: KRS Realty
Phone: 530-925-6054 Other: 530-842-1186
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Video: Collecting Rainwater Now Illegal in Many States

Video: Collecting Rainwater Now Illegal in Many States

Source: pakalertpress.com

Many of the freedoms we enjoy here in the U.S. are quickly eroding as the nation transforms from the land of the free into the land of the enslaved, but what I’m about to share with you takes the assault on our freedoms to a whole new level. You may not be aware of this, but many Western states, including Utah, Washington and Colorado, have long outlawed individuals from collecting rainwater on their own properties because, according to officials, that rain belongs to someone else.

Wherever You Are, You’re in a Watershed

WHEREVER YOU ARE, YOU’RE IN A WATERSHED


The term “watershed” is commonly used to describe areas of land associated with water features, such as lakes or rivers. Misuse of the term is also quite common, leaving many with an unclear idea of what a watershed is or isn’t. Strictly speaking, a watershed is an area of land where all the water that falls as precipitation (rain, snow, sleet, hail)  flows to a common outlet; it is the land area that is drained by a body of intermittently or continually flowing water. The names used for these bodies of flowing water depend not only on its size and physical characteristics, but also on regional customs and cultural differences. Common names include brook, stream, creek, river, gulch, wash, draw, slough, rigolet, gully, ravine, arroyo, and fork; all refer to roughly the same thing. “Watershed” as used here refers to surface watersheds rather than ground watersheds. Underground watersheds (aquifers) behave differently and are less understood than those on the surface, even though the two types are connected through the process of infiltration (percolation).

Watersheds, also known as “catchments”, “basins”, or “drainage basins”, are generally defined by their topography. Consider a high mountain peak, with melting snow flowing down its east and west flanks. Water flowing down the east face enters one watershed, while the water flowing down the west face enters another distinct watershed. Picture a mountain range opposite the peak, with a river valley between. Both the peak and the ridge on the opposite side of the valley drain to the river below, and so constitute major catchment boundaries or divisions. Major drainage basins are generally composed of the faces of opposing peaks and mountain ranges, as well as the valleys into which they drain.

A single watershed can cover millions of square miles, or it may be smaller than an acre. Smaller divisional lines and topographical boundaries (such as hills and small ridges) define smaller basins within larger ones. These lesser units are referred to as subwatersheds. In order to be classified as such, each subwatershed must drain into a common larger watershed. In addition to topographical barriers, different watersheds are characterized by different types of vegetation, soils, and climate. Although adjacent watersheds are usually much more similar than they are different from one another, no two watersheds are ever exactly alike.

So what’s in a watershed? The short answer is “Everything!” Every portion of the earth’s land surface lies within at least one watershed. Trees and other plants, mountains, wildlife, roads, lakes, rivers, all our cities and buildings, all our farms – all these things and more are located in watersheds. Even someone who lives in the middle of the desert, hundreds of miles from the nearest stream, lives in a watershed. While it may not be obvious, actions taken by this desert-dweller can affect other people who live downstream in the basin – even if there is no body of continually flowing water nearby. It’s important to be cautious about what chemicals are applied to the earth, and what substances are allowed to soak into it, because they almost always end up in the groundwater. More people around the world depend on groundwater for their fresh water supplies than on any other source.

Watersheds are invaluable and irreplaceable. They collect and provide fresh water, and they store fresh water for future use. Watersheds filter pollutants and contaminants from water, while providing habitat for all the living things in terrestrial ecosystems – which includes humans. Take a moment to contemplate the wonder and necessity of our watersheds, and perhaps to assess what impacts your everyday actions might have on watershed health including changes, if any, you might make. After all – wherever you are, you’re in a watershed.