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Looking to hire someone to help design my acreage in central Iowa

 
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I have 10 hilly acres in central Iowa and would like some help designing it. Can you guys point me in the right direction of who might be willing to come out here??
My future goals are: Food forest, water management, small animal grazing, pond building, garden location, plant propagation.....

About all I've found so far is Grant Shultz/Versaland on the web but haven't contacted them yet.

Any info would be appreciated.

Thanks!
Danny
 
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Or someone knowledgeable willing to drive to central Iowa?
 
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Hi, Danny! I'd love to come help you, but I live in Kansas, and I doubt you want to pay my travel. I've put the word out to some designers I know in southeast Iowa. You might also inquire at Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage in northern Missouri, as a lot of permaculture designers live there: http://www.dancingrabbit.org Good luck!
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