My plan, when we have some property of our own (hopefully next spring), is to sheet-mulch Back to Eden style (cardboard - 4-6" compost - 8-10" ramial wood chips and leaves - 1-2" manure) as much as I have materials for. (I'm already doing this on a small scale where we are now.) For the rest, I will plant a multi-species, multi-type cover crop, then chop-and-drop it (perhaps multiple times). No tilling or digging (other than water control and planting holes) on my property, ever. I also want to incorporate animals (chickens, ducks, maybe goats) in some way, but not sure yet how I want to go about it. It will depend on how soon I'm able to get some animals, or perhaps borrow some. If necessary, I may incorporate some Korean Natural Farming inputs, as well.