Grow A Food Forest

If you’ve been paying attention these last few years, you’ve probably noticed a few alarming developments.  From inflation to millions of undocumented persons flooding across our southern border to the globalist ‘elite’ plan to take control of the world’s food supply, the U.S.A. is heading down an unsavory path.  Essentially, yesterday was a great time to start using permaculture.

Luckily, you can still take targeted, strategic action to secure your family’s access to fresh food, no matter what the nutjob elitists try to do.  A permaculture food forest is perfect for DIY implementation if you’re:

  • overwhelmed by the amount of info out there on the subject
  • don’t want to change careers to become a designer
  • or simply desire to get some roots in the ground as soon as possible.

Like I said, yesterday was the ideal time to get started on this.  At least you can begin before the store shelves empty again or plants and seeds become scarce or too expensive.

I know this all sounds dire, but trust me; I have been paying keen attention, and it’s simply the fact of the matter today.  If you want to survive what is in progress as I write this, you will need to take steps now to grow our own food, cache storm water, build soil, attract and feed precious pollinators, become more interdependent with your neighbors, earn an income at least partially from your home or yard, and establish or fortify shelter from the elements and intruders.

Pattern Recognition

After speaking with a number of permaculture enthusiasts over the past 17+ years, I noticed a pattern.  Most people I talked with said they:

  • didn’t know where to begin,
  • couldn’t figure out how to put all the information they’d researched together,
  • or worried they might make a mistake that could cost them.

I have always been keen to help people implement permaculture of course, and so after all this time designing properties, I decided I could help permaculture enthusiasts and regular families get all the benefits of permaculture in a short time without hiring me as their designer.

That might not make a lot of sense from a business perspective, but it’s why I am here on Earth.  While I still love preparing DIY and master plans for home and land owners, I wanted to expand my ability to aid those who want expert guidance implementing over time.  Most permaculture courses use a model that has participants pay to develop the property of the course host.  While this can be fun and educational, you walk away with nothing to show for your efforts.  I really wanted to offer something participants could do that would give them a return on their investment they could see, feel, smell, hear, and eat.  I.e. something that would be theirs to keep.  Long after the work.  So I developed a mini course.


The Food Forest Mastery Workshop

Learn the step-by-step process for creating your own food forest (without the worry that you’ll make expensive mistakes) so that you can achieve food independence and inspire your community toward sustainability.

Time To Prepare

Essentially if you’re aware of the state of things at the moment in this country and the world, you know the time to prepare is right this minute.  It should be common sense to become as independent as you can of the food industry.  In a normal, not a clown, world it pays to grow a simple backyard garden.  Anyone who says they don’t like vegetables probably hasn’t tasted freshly picked tomatoes, basil, or any other of an endless variety of delicious and nutritious home-grown foods.  But we have entered a time in which the little garden plot or set of raised beds isn’t going to cut it.  Not by a long shot.  If you don’t know about the World Economic Forum’s plan to reset the world according to their own agenda, take a few minutes after reading this post and look it up; it’s published openly without apology on their website.  Warning:  don’t be fooled by their rationale.  Think for yourself about what such a plan would mean for real people around the world.  I recommend this commentary by a ‘non-conspiracy theorist’ who decided to dig a little deeper than the seemingly warm-fuzzy sentiment on the WEF site.  There are quite a lot of additional writers and thinkers calling out the insanity of such a plan; to find them, just scroll past the hyped/corporate search results or use alternative search engines like Qwant, Yandex, or Brave.

Even without reading the globalists’ agenda directly, Americans will (hopefully) never forget 2020’s bare grocery store shelves and long lines, the peaceful trucker caravan to which Canada’s prime minister responded with bank account seizure, and neighbors turning on one another over a virus with a .02% death rate (that killed far less than was reported on mainstream corporate news outlets, i.e. TV) for not wearing a mask shown by countless peer-reviewed medical studies to weaken the immune system while not actually blocking viral transmission.  The fragility of the trucking industry, upon which food delivery to supermarkets depends, was demonstrated when truck drivers were blocked from crossing state lines for not accepting the experimental injection of mRNA gene-altering drugs inaccurately labeled a vaccine.  And we have reports from VAERS of numbers of deaths from the non-FDA-approved injection nearing the difference between 2019 and 2020 deaths (by all causes) in the United States, as well as well over a million adverse reactions, ranging from permanent shaking to heart problems and over 1200 other serious issues.  Oh, and the largest owner of farm land in the United States is now Bill Gates.

Whether you believe there is a group of billionaire globalists trying to kill us off/control us or not isn’t necessarily required.  If you simply look at the instability of the food supply in America, its dependence on fragile or controlled systems, and your total dependence on the food industry, it simply makes rational sense to have a supply of fresh, unpolluted, perennial food in your backyard.

The key word here is perennial.  A food forest doesn’t rely on yearly procurement and planting or propagation of annual plants that completely die after producing for one season.  Instead, you can plant one time and reap harvest for the rest of your life.

Permaculture also sets up systems that mimic Nature, so a food forest will take care of itself in a lot of ways as well as feeding you.  The key is to set it up correctly.  I’m thrilled to offer this LIVE workshop and will be holding the full course in the near future as well, for those who want my expert guidance over time, LIVE Q&A, and more.

To learn more or register for the workshop click below: