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Are you looking for custom design for

your own food forest or edible landscape? 


before and after: polyculture vegetable production design



As certified Permaculture Design Consultants…

we specialize in designing food forests complete with water systems, land shaping, and animal elements. Whether you have a backyard or acreage, we can help you  create an edible landscape that is both beautiful and highly productive. 


small farm design with key line contours, food forest, polyculture veggie beds, chickens, ducks, water catchment and pond, greenhouses and human areas.

Our design package has 4 phases

Phase 1: Connect.

Tell us about you and your project, your goals and expectations. You’ll fill out an Initial Evaluation form to get some of the details of your project goals down in writing.

Phase 2: Site Visit.

During your site visit, we’ll discuss your project in detail with a 2 hour walk-through of your property. We’ll evaluate your site sectors, such as sun, soil, existing structures and vegetation.

Site visit fee: $175.

Phase 3: Site Design.Heathers Design

After we review all information, we’ll complete a custom hand-drawn design of your property. This includes a professional design with a list of recommended plants and where to source them locally, plus a list of landscaping materials you might need and where to source them locally.

Final design fee: $300.

Phase 4: Implementation.

This is when we hand off our design, either to be implemented by you or by a landscape contractor. We can make recommendations for permaculture landscapers.


To get started, click here to fill out your Initial Evaluation Form and email it back at



left: beginning to sheet mulch vs right: 2 years later as an abundant edible landscape

Our Qualifications

We were certified by Toby Hemenway in 2013 and hold a certificate from the Permaculture Institute USA. 

During our certification course, were privileged to study under Larry Santoyo, Jude Hobbs and Tom Ward.

We have designed a diverse range of sites, from small backyards to 8 acre farms, to urban pollinator corridors and soil based cannabis production systems. There is always something to gain from an intelligent Permaculture Design process.

Let’s get started.

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