On this page you will find, for your ease and convenience, many of the solar information links that are found throughout the pages of this site. We have organized them here in order to make it easier and quicker to find links that may have caught your attention earlier, but were not able to take advantage of at the time.
alternative energy, sustainable living and more...
For information on solar homes, solar lighting, solar appliances and more,visit our partner site at http://www.go-green-solar-energy.com/solar-power-homes.html
Alternative Energy Information and related links, PDF and other files for learning about solar, wind, sustainable living and such, as well as lighting products for purchase.
Topics are: passive solar design, photovoltaic, heating and cooling, lighting etc. Brilliant Outdoors
Solar Panels and installation as well as information for the State of Colorado and surrounding areas Solar Colorado.
Alternative Cooking Stoves (and solar cookers)This is a good site for how-to and do-it-yourself plans
StoveTec and Grover Rocket Stoves Right here on our own website
Resources for sustainable living. A wealth of great information on all kinds of related topics
Desert Sustainable Living. A great site for learning what works in desert environments
Top Alternative Energy Sources - provides comprehensive information on all forms of alternate energy, including solar, wind, water and geothermal energy. You can even learn how to run your car on water.
greenfootsteps.com This is a very nice site with great information on how you can become "green" in many different ways and through many different means.Take a look with a greener perspective.
A Great site for the "Do-it-Yourselfer" and the frugally minded. All things Solar is the idea here at http://www.builditsolar.com/index.htm
RV Living and Solar Cooking as a full time RVer
A great, comprehensive and all inclusive site on solar cooking, energy, composting and much more...Rimstar.org
FREE: Solar Energy Guide Ebook download in PDF format. Very helpful and informative Ebook on all things Solar Energy, including solar cooking.
We would like to share a few sites and links that we feel may help you to learn more about emergency preparedness, food storage, Survivalist etc., for the benefit of you and your loved ones.
Survivalist Boards.com www.survivalistboards.com
US Government http://www.fema.gov/areyouready/
US Government Agency CDC http://www.bt.cdc.gov/
Houston Texas area group http://kneadfulthingsnow.com
Utah North Area group (religious orientation) http://preparednessnibblesandbits.blogspot.com/
Utah South Area group (religious orientation)
Emergency Essentials http://www.beprepared.com
Emergency Supplies https://www.usaemergencysupply.com
PANDEMIC Preparedness http://thedeadlyflu.com/index.asp
More to come...
Excellent FORUMS on Survival and Preparedness with like minded people and a wealth of experience and advice to share. SURVIVAL PREPAREDNESS
Surviving an "Electromagnetic Pulse" (EMP), how to prepare and what to look for.
Below are a couple of links on canning basics and safety
A very informative site for home made solar oven plans is found on The Solar Cooking Archive at Solarcooking.org which also sponsors a Wiki about solar cooking.
*And a Solar Cooking Site in French, Spanish and English.
*For those who are pretty handy with tools and plans and really like to make something that will last, you can get great information on home made solar cookers on a favorite site of mine. You will find quite detailed instruction on how to build a solar oven with materials that are readily available at the local home improvement store. This gentleman has been involved in solar cooking for quite some time, so he speaks from experience.http://www.williamgbecker.com/MakeSolarOven.html
* Where to find all the best materials for building your own homemade solar oven. Go to: best material sources
* A page on how to build a solar oven for kids science projects Pizza Box Solar Oven
Here is great site on a loosely grouped organization of people who are helping to bring larger scale solar cookers to communities around the world, including in the USA. Here you can find information and see the results of many who are working to bring solar cooking to the masses. Solar Fire Project
Here is a site that will help you build a very effective and very versatile solar box cooker, in fact it is one of the best cookers you can make for a very reasonable cost in materials. This is the All Season Solar Cooker, from Jim LaJoie of San Diego.
This is a site that can help the do-it-yourselfers, offering materials for makining reflector panels for your own homemade solar oven: Solar Oven Reflectors
Solar Household Energy Inc
Solar Oven Society
Solar Cookers International
Jewish World Watch
Solar Cooking Blog Site from the Miami, Florida area and the Bogota Colombia area
Solar Cooking Blog Miami/Bogota
Find out how to solar cook even in Hawaii
Solar Cooking blog from Hilo Hawaii.
Solar Cooking Adventures
Solar Cooking Blog by our friend Andrew in California, sharing his observations and experiences with various solar cookers such as the Global Sun Oven and the Solar Burner Parabolic cooker.
An excellent solar cooking site
Our colleague and friend Brad Belford of Las Vegas put together a really comprehensive PDF file of a great deal of useful information, photos, commentary and analysis on every kind of solar cooker you can imagine. This is a great file to use for reference Mini Reference Guide to Solar Cooking
Heaven Sent Food: A Guide to Solar Cooking.
You can find more information or to purchase the book at www.heavensentfood.com