Off the grid
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Off-the-grid is a term to describe housing not connected to public utilities.
The term is also commonly used to describe avoidance of circumstances that could leave evidence of one's whereabouts or recent activity.
Off the grid may also refer to:
Film and television
- Off the Grid with Les Stroud, a 2006 documentary Les Stroud's building of an off-the-grid home
- Warren Miller's Off the Grid, a 2006 film about winter sports, produced by Warren Miller's entertainment company
- "Off the Grid" (Stargate SG-1), an episode of the television series Stargate SG-1
- Off the Grid: Life on the Mesa, a 2007 documentary film
- Off the Grid: Million Dollar Manhunt, a game show on The History Channel
- Off the Grid, a web series starring Jesse Ventura
- House Hunters Off the Grid, a TV series on HGTV
- Off the Grid (food organization), a mobile food festival in California.
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