Email from Betty.
You found me! I'm not presently doing much gardening myself though I have plenty of land. Seems some where between working to pay off the land, learning about Permaculture, taking one PDC and finely paying off that land I managed to get old and get several medical issues going. I'd love to hear what you plan to do with your new land.
First bit of advice: If at all possible do not, DO NOT put off building or planting your garden(s) until you get the land paid for! That was my biggest mistake. All kinds of plans made. Then either "no time" because of work or "no money" because of NOT working. Find a way. MAKE the time. Just DO IT.
So tell me, fellow Permie, what will your garden grow? Is it just to supplement you and your families meals? Add fresh greens and spices to your salads or recipes? Or do you want to go all in and try to raise fifty percent or more of your own food? Are you going to 'hire' some feathered and/or furred 'helpers'. I'd love to know. Not sure I'd be able to help physically but I'm good at dreaming ... uh, I mean planing. Emoji
I live in Lone Oak across the lake from East Tawakoni. I'm not good at keeping up with my e-mails. I often don't go through them for a week! I just happened to pick today to do the job. Glad I did!
My land line phone is (xxxxx) and Please leave a message! I don't have caller ID and don't carry the thing around with me. Call If you'd like to talk gardens or Permaculture. Just not before noon! I picked up some bad habits working third shift. Like staying up late and sleeping in.
So glad to know there's another Permaculture person around here!