Over the last 15 years we have worked with dozens of farms to design regenerative systems that help farm families rebuild their land and transition to perennial crops.  While each design is different because of the site and the farmer’s goals all of our designs use a whole systems approach looking at economic, social, and ecological components.  Some of the common design elements include:

  •     Earthworks for drought and flood-proofing the farm
  •     Systems for water capture and storage
  •     Roads and access paths
  •     Fencing and grazing paddocks
  •     Multi-functional buildings for people, animals, equipment storage, and on-farm processing
  •     Renewable energy systems
  •     Diverse production systems including silvopasture, alley crop, pastures, orchards, annual crops, grains, and woodlands
  •     Windbreaks, buffers, wetlands, wildlife and pollinator plantings

In addition to land design, we work with farmers to plan their transition.  This often includes business planning, succession and staging plans, stewardship plans for long-term management, and implementation support. 

 

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