This fenced area is about 1/4 of an acre, but is just a fraction of this wonderful homestead. With raised beds in the food forest area as well as the backyard garden, a Juniper-covered chicken run fed by grapes, figs, & pomegranates, this beautiful Oak Hill settling has enough nutritional diversity to feed a full family year ’round! The rocky area will provide a constant & varied yield with minimal inputs. Yields will be increasing over time & the soil improving as plants, & the biology they draw in, add organic matter, accumulate or unlock other nutrients, & self propagate.

Click on the picture above to see all that we’re doing on this South Austin property!

“The Anthill” Homestead

Wimberley Homestead

This scenic homestead in Wimberley, TX has multiple gardens (including a hillside garden) & an electrified fence built from the Ash Juniper trees harvested on the property, a 10,000 gallon rainwater tank, & more!

Click on the picture above to see all that we’re doing on the Anthill property!

Homestead in the Heart of South Austin

South Austin Homestead

Located in the heart of South Austin, this 5 acre homestead received 7 new berms, 1,500 feet of trails, 2 keyhole gardens, & 5 other raised beds. Everything has been irrigated & will soon be on rainwater. This family is sure to have many beautiful & bountiful years ahead of them!

Click the picture above to see what we were able to do for them!

Dripping Springs Homestead

Dripping Springs Homestead

This lovely 1/2 acre is set inside a cedar & hog wire fence in a semi-rural development in Dripping Springs, TX. 380 linear feet of berms & swales were dug, 200 plants planted, & another family is well on their way to a sustainable, beautiful backyard & bountiful harvests in the years to come!

Click on the picture above to see what could happen to your property in just a few days!

Hill Country Natives

Hill Country Natives

This is our longest-running permaculture project. Mike helped start & manage Hill Country Natives for many years.

To see what a flourishing permaculture food forest looks like, click the picture above.

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