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The EPA Takes an Ax to Self-Sufficiency: Most Woodburning Stoves Will Soon Be Illegal

by Daisy Luther, The Organic Prepper:

When you think of that little dream homestead in the woods, what does it include?  Probably a well and septic system, a little stream bubbling nearby, a chicken coop, a sunroom for winter growing, and a cozy fire to curl up next to.

When my daughter and I spent a year living in a cabin in the Northwoods of Canada, our woodstove was our lifeline. It was the only source of heat in a place that reached -42 degrees.  It was the only way we could cook when our power went out during snow and ice storms (as it did frequently).  It was the cozy center of our home, and we survived for an entire frigid winter for less than$800. After that experience I vowed never to live in a home without a woodstove.

If the EPA has its way, however, heating your home self-sufficiently with wood could soon become illegal – or at the very least, insanely expensive.

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3 comments to The EPA Takes an Ax to Self-Sufficiency: Most Woodburning Stoves Will Soon Be Illegal

  • NaySayer

    phuck them. They can make whatever silly “administrative” law they want but unless they want to come around and confront each household individually without any support from local law enforcement (many of whom have wood heat sources themselves) then nothing will come of it.

    Remember what happened to the poor unemployed schmuck just trying to make a living as a temporary census worker in some backwoods in kentucky or tennesee? They found him tied to a tree dead with the word FED cut into his face. I don’t support that kind of violence but if they think it was bad for a census worker imagine if they are trying to tell poor rural people they have to lose their only affordable source of heat in the winter? Thems shootin’ words.

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  • bohica1

    over the last few months, at the bank, when i have questioned some really f-ed up new regulations, the bank rep would shrug, respond, ‘it’s the law.’ I am so ready to respond, shrugging flipping both birds, ‘it’s bulls-it’

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