Don't know if this post is still going but..... I have 20 acres in Laclede about 18 miles east of sandpoint. We have been here for 14 years and we live off grid. We have about 1000 watts of solar power. A year round creek divides the property in half. I have a hand built ram pump in the creek.
One the permaculture side of things my wife has 10 goats that supply tons of organic material each year that mostly I run threw my worm beds before using the castings on my garden and in the greenhouse. My green house is 15x36 framed in cedar taken from the property and milled by a friend down the road. The winter home of the worms is a 4'x14 foot bed in the middle of the greenhouse, yes that means about 100,000 red worms. The garden is about 60x60. We grow peppers, tomatoes and melons in the greenhouse and just about everything else in the garden. We have a plum tree, pear tree, raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, and rhubarb.
The project for this year is a food forest. I have about 100 trees I bought last year and wintered over on top of the worm bed. Fruit nut and nitrogen fixing trees, as well as ornamental like dogwood and prune and cherry trees.
Wow that even sound impressive to me but it has taken a decade and a half of work and as you can see I am not done. Oh ya what about the ponds I have planed for my seasonal creek. Ya and hugelkultur beds, and mushrooms and............ Maybe another 15 year and I will be done. No, I doubt I will ever be done, its my life style.