- in Announcement
Eatonton, GA – September 1, 2020: John and Fin Kernohan, owners and hosts of Beloved Cabin Tiny House Homestead & Stay, are pleased to announce another installment in their series of hands-on workshops and retreats!
Off-Grid Workshop at Beloved Cabin Tiny House Homestead & Stay
September 18-20, 2020
Eatonton, Georgia 31024
Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/519971935385015/
Web Site Page: https://unitedtinyhouse.com/off-grid-workshop-at-beloved-cabin/
Interested in what living off-grid is all about? Do you enjoy sleeping under the stars? If so, then join John & Fin Kernohan for the Off-Grid Workshop at Beloved Cabin Tiny House Homestead & Stay.
Get away, relax, enjoy, learn, have fun, and camp in the Georgia woods on The Kernohan’s beautiful and secluded 16-acre Beloved Cabin Tiny House Homestead & Stay!
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:
- Meals Provided: Lunch (Saturday & Sunday), Dinner (Saturday) and Breakfast (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@example.com.
Some photos from around the Homestead via John Kernohan