Look Inside A 200 Acre Permaculture Project in Texas

A brief overview with Michael Wolfert of what a master planned, 200 acre permaculture project in Central Texas involves. 

We’re using every tool in our tool box to achieve our key metrics of success. We’re using earthworks, keyline/ yeomans plow rips, no-till seed drilling, brush berms, log check dams, biodiversity plantings, rotational grazing and more. 

There are two active springs in canyons on the property that feed the Pedernales river. As we improve the storm water infiltration into the soils through all of the regenerative land management practices we are applying, we hope to dramatically increase the spring flow. 

Learn more about this very special project, check out the web app we built to help document it and potentially become a research partner in our Case Studies.

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