Free from Power Day- a monthly holiday in celebration of simplicity, 43°

Free from Power Day - a monthly holiday in celebration of simplicity

This is an opportunity to express your willingness to consume less power in the form of electricity, fossil fuels, and products reliant upon them. It is also, a declaration of independence from the power of consumerism and media.

With a simpler life comes time to spend with loved ones, to exercise, to meditate, to work in the garden, to observe the rhythms of nature. With diligence you will discover how preferable is a life uncluttered by the superfluous trappings of the cult of consumerism.

By making this a monthly commitment you are more likely to adopt some level of these changes in everyday life than if it was less frequent, it stands to reason that adopting this action once a week, should you so choose, would be even more effective.

Thus on the first Saturday of every month:
1. Freedom from the power grid for entire day. Zero personal use of electricity delivered via the national grid.
2. Freedom from the fossil fuel use grid. Zero personal use of fossil fuels, no cars, buses, planes or trains fueled by fossil fuels. No cooking using fossil fuels or refridgerated food. No bathing or showering unless from rainwater heated renewably.
3. Freedom from Consumerism and media. No shopping, banking, television, radio, mp3, cell phone, land line phone, computer, or printed media usage.

This action developed out of a group discussion on the celsias thread started by John P. called “Can our economy grow forever?”. Everyone who commented on that thread has contributed to it’s development.

62 comments about this action

Don't let your head get cold on the day, you might have to turn on the boiler! Keep your hat on.
What are your plans for the day?
Cheers

in August 2008

I only wish there was a Saturday farmers market where I live!
My plan is spend the day walking, eating food from my garden, foraging for nettles and berries. My dilemma is my cup of tea. Do I use my backpackers solid fuel stove or must I use a small open fire, or maybe I should make it the night before and drink it cold?

in August 2008

Leslie I've been thinking about what you said about Shabbat. In a way this action is a return to the traditional value of taking a days rest every week, time for worship, contemplation, simplicity and focus on core values. I think it is important to emphasize that most major religions on earth call for this. Perhaps it is time to re-examine the motivations behind it and remind people that 24/7 consumerism is not a cultural trait recommended for a more centered and spiritual life.

in September 2008

It went pretty well. There were a couple of oops moments when my instincts took over but for the most part I'm encouraged and have begun to plan October's Free From Power Day.

Results:
• For 24 hours I used no grid electricity, aside from 5 oops moments where I turned on a light without thinking which I quickly turned back off. Lighting was provided by a windup torch on loan from my friend Graeme.
• For 24 hours I used no fossil fuels of any kind; not to cook, heat, or drive.
• For 24 hours I turned on no taps for water aside from one oops moment when brushing my teeth. Toilet was flushed with rainwater. Hands were washed with rainwater. More about water below.
• For 24 hours I connected to no electronic media aside from listening to some classical music on a windup/solar radio. This was a big one for me as I usually spend alot of time on the computer, listening to mp3 player and even a few hours watching TV every day.
• For 24 hours I bought nothing, this was easy as I don't usually buy anything anyway.

Challenges:
Water - I collect rainwater for my garden and I was happy to use that to wash with but for drinking I did not prepare a purification method. Thus I drew water from the taps the night before for drinking. I made a flask of tea with the kettle and super insulated it overnight. This was my biggest failing as it meant I still consumed tap water and had used fossil fuel to make tea, just not on the day.

Food - For most of the day I did well. I ate English organic apples, though they had been purchased from a supermarket the week before, something I will try to remedy for next time. I foraged for berries and raw nettles on a 7 mile walk. I ate runner beans and tomatoes from my garden. My biggest failing was the bag of tortilla chips and salsa I ate in the evening. I did manage to never open the fridge during the day however.

Plans:
I am going to devise a method for purifying rainwater and cooking via a biomass cooker, probably something like a Vita Stove.
http://www.aprovecho.org/web-content/media/vita/vita.html
It will have to be small and very smoke free for use in this urban jungle I live in. I will collect and dry fuel in advance.

I will source local organic non-corporate unpackaged food in advance. There is a farm within a 3 mile walk of my house to source free range eggs, I will try to gather/forage more in advance, I will locate a green grocer selling local veg.

If weather permits I will set out my portable solar hot water heater for washing.

What I did:
As mentioned I walked and foraged, I worked in the garden, I played scrabble with Jacqui, I finished reading Michael Pollan's "An Omnivore's Dilemma" and started his "In Defense of Food", I organized my thesis paperwork, I tidied our room, sorted out our gear closet and designated stuff to go to recycling and freecycle, I avoided the TV room.

I also spent some time thinking about this Free From Power Day. Traditionally most western cultures have practiced this sort of thing to some degree and called it the sabbath, thanks for that Leslie. I think we need to look at this practice and encourage people to take it up again. Imagine if every business closed; no-one would need to drive to shop or to work, no sporting events planned would mean people could spend time exercising instead of watching people exercise, time for cooking wholesome meals from quality ingredients, time for growing quality ingredients, time for spending with loved ones, time for studying, time for worship, time to slow down, to relax. Isn't that what a day of rest is all about?

in September 2008

That sounds great John,
Any plans for overcoming the water issue? I'd be interested to hear what you come up with.
I collected fuel today for boiling water but have yet to find what I need to make a vita stove so water/tea is still my biggest challenge. I did determine that the corn tortilla crisps I ate last week are non GM, grown and made in England but that still doesn't excuse the packaging.
As to the Sabbath, I find that re-gaining time to spend in contemplation and meditation deepens my sense of the infinite which naturally leads to thoughts of a spiritual nature. I'm Buddhist so I don't believe in a creator but I do cherish a feeling off oneness with the natural world, maybe that makes me a paganish, Jainist sort of Buddhist.

in September 2008

I've lived off rainwater for years in Bermuda, no other choice there except for expensive and energy intensive reverse osmosis. Simple sand filtering is good enough for most particulate matter but you will need some sort of treatment for the beasties, UV, chemical or reverse osmosis. I plan to boil my rainwater after some simple filtering through a cloth. It's generally accepted that 5 minutes of boiling will take care of pretty much everything. If you have a backpacking filter that should work as well.

in September 2008

I'm thinking of setting up a blog/website dedicated to this action. I'm hoping to get some momentum for it through discussions about the very things we've been talking about. Take it to a wider audience. What do you folks think?

in September 2008

I collected a cooking oil can from in back of a curry restaurant yesterday as well as some more fuel from the park, sticks. Today I'll start on my rocket stove for boiling rainwater and general cooking.

in September 2008

There are lots of versions but here is a link to a video that explains the basics:

http://www.aprovecho.org/web-content/media/rocket/rocketlow.htm

I won't worry about the toxins picked up in rainwater in this instance as I won't be consuming that much of it. If I was living off it I would be very careful about water quality, though I have a hunch that contaminants from what the rain falls on and runs off of would be more significant than what it pick up on the way down, unless you live in Beijing or someplace equally nasty like down wind from an incinerator.

in September 2008

Iodine works well but tastes a bit off, probably marginally better for you than chlorine.

in September 2008

We didn't have a summer here in Sheffield either. We've just had the first week of dry weather I can remember for weeks. Water butt #1 is empty and I'm using #2. Hopefully we'll have some rain before October as I'd really like fresh rain water.

UV, or solar sterilization, is supposed to be good, I've never tested it myself. I've heard you can usually feel safe about drinking the top few inches of water in a wild lake if harvested from out near the middle. A jar should work but keep in mind that it is also a perfect growth medium for algae. I think I'd go for glass though as most plastics degrade in UV and what that would add to the water.......?

I've done the hard bits on my stove, all the sheet metal work, I still have to be careful not to cut my self on the edges, and the setting in of the fire chamber, an olive oil can, into the much larger vegetable oil can. I used a bag of mortar mix I found in the cellar, left over from the previous tenants. So far I've not purchased anything for it. Now I need to fill it with dirt, sand, stones, whatever to hold in some heat. After that I can fire it up!

My friend up the street who is joining me this time around, 1st sat in October, helped with this one and we will build iteration #2 in a few weeks.

Food will be more of a challenge this time as the blackberries are almost done. Nettles should still be around, I've saved some apples I harvested, and I will walk up to the farm up the valley to get some eggs the day before.

in September 2008

Yes, lightweight volcanic stone would be better because of the air content and I am on the lookout for some perlite. Unless I find some in a skip I'll have to make do with what I can source for free.

And yes, I suspect I will do something about those edges I haven't already dealt with once I get cut a few times!

in September 2008

Any time I walk by some nettles I pinch off the top 2 inches or so and roll it up into a little ball and chew it up, I've even trained my 5 year old nephew to do it! If you want to cook some use gloves long sleeves and pants. Collect the top 6 to eight inches and cook as you would any other green. They really are good for you, particularly men as they stimulate testosterone production, which at my age I need as much of as I can get, just turned fifty this weekend.

I also pick yew berries, black berries, elder berries, blue berries, wild apples and pears, nasturtiums. I'm just learning about foraging so I'm a bit limited as of yet.

in September 2008

Thanks John,
just a few more days to FFPD #2, we've had some rain here so will have some fresh water, haven't had a chance to test my stove yet but hope to in the next day or so, I've got one of the last cucumbers from my garden put aside and some apples from a tree up the street, I'll walk for the eggs on friday.
How's it looking on your end?

in October 2008

yep, cold and wet.
I'm glad you like foraging, I've got some photos of edible plants in my local park that I've yet to correllate to my notes. When I do I'll be able to expand my efforts. Is there a way I can post that kind of stuff here on Celsias? If not I might do a plant per post on my blog.

in October 2008

Sounds like a great day John,
My wife came back from her walk with some wild shrooms she has been assured are safe to eat but I decided not to eat them on the day as I want to research them first, maybe tonight. Here is how my day went.

Planning pays off! In the month between the first FFPD and yesterday I built a rocket/vita stove, gathered and dried fuel for it (see below), planned out my menu and gathered my food. Fortunately we had rain so I had some nice fresh water as well though I had a large reserve if needed.

The stove worked a treat! It's a good thing because I never got time to test it. I boiled about 4 liters of water for my use for the day , most of which went to flasks for tea, it was a cold rainy, windy day after all. I boiled another couple of liters to cook eggs and sweet corn. I used a bundle of sticks and scrap wood about 8" in diameter and 12 to 14" long for all of that. I lit it once and did all my cooking for the day. Relighting would be significantly less efficient.

In addition to the eggs (sourced from a local farm a 3 mile walk away) and corn (from our organic box delivery), I ate about 4 ounces of organic muesli with organic rice milk (the two most heavily packaged and shipped foods of the day) and locally picked blackberries, one cucumber and 8 ounces of tomatoes from our organic garden, 4 ounces of tortilla chips (unfortunately non organic and packaged), about 6 small apples from a tree up the street, and finally some apple juice pressed from local apples at the local sustainable wood fair I took my nephew to. More planning is necessary for food requirements.

I did well on most other fronts, no electronic media, instead I read half of Rob Hopkins "The Transition Handbook". This is an excellent read for anybody wishing to assist their community in getting prepared for a post oil economy as it lays out the proven techniques used by many transition initiatives around the world.

I managed to avoid using any lights (except when I went into the cellar, same as last time, I need to plan for this better), I never turned on any heat and stayed either outside or in our solar heated conservatory all day, I used rainwater to wash and flush with, boiled for brushing teeth, I drank boiled rainwater, I borrowed my friend Graemes wind up torch for reading at night (I must get one before the next FFPD).

So all in all a good day but more to be done for next time.

How did you do Jayne?

in October 2008

We tried the mushrooms,
First I found them online to verify that they are edible, seems they are bracket mushrooms from a silver Birch tree. They are more medicinal than edible, a fact well proven when we saute'd them with a little garlic, onion and butter. Bitter ! INedible! I've saved them for my next FFPD as they apparently make great tinder when dried.

in October 2008

I've posted about my stove with pictures on my blog if you are interested.

http://sustliving.blogspot.com/

in October 2008

Go for it Leslie, it is well worth the effort and even after all these years of various efforts towards sustainability I'm finding this effort educational and useful.

in October 2008

Tomorrow is the next FFPD. This one is going to be the biggest challenge yet. We have moved and will be going back to Sheffield to start emptying out our house. We've got stuff on Ebay that ends tomorrow so I will definitely be using my computer (unless I can get my wife to handle that), I won't have purchased or foraged food ahead of time so I'm not sure how I'll do on that front. I do have some fuel for my stove and so will use that for my tea and hopefully some food. I'll let you know how I do.

in November 2008

Sorry to say this FFPD has been a total failure on my part, moving house, living in two places at once, and excessive busy-ness are the excuses I claim. All of which are characteristics of the modern hurry up consumerist lifestyle I had hoped FFPD would help me overcome. Can't win em all, I will attempt to do one next weekend.

in November 2008

That sounds like a great day John, well done.I especially like the trick with the eggs. By the way, with the house sale and moving hither and yon, my rocket stove will be up for grabs. If any of you folks are around Sheffield let me know at, crobbw@gmail.com
and you can have it. I'd love it if it went to someone willing to put it to a good use, like FFPD.

in November 2008

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