I really don't see any other way you can do it if you don't own the property. Additionally, those species you mentioned are not really worth anything commercially. The nut pines could be worth something if you can get them to produce but as of yet I don't know anyone that ever got a crop off them. I have talked to growers who have planted thousands of those but they mostly all died, are very slow growing. Honey Locust has almost no commercial value and does not make forage grow enough to offset the expense of planting and maintaining them, most silvo pasture is done in the Southeast with pecans trees because of the value of the timber and nuts and also there is a fair amount done with black walnut trees.. So maybe considering some other tree species might also be important, especially something that has been shown to work.