I won't plant the whole 30 at once (if I do plant it all), I have a lot of invasive non-native plants that need to be taken care of (wisteria, kudzu, and privet being the most), which is a main reason we're having the timber cleared. I'm also thinking about black walnut. I'm going to plant a good bit of black locust to prevent washouts and improve the soil, also for honeybees. Huckleberries are over the place, as well as persimmons and pecans. I'm thinking about raising sheep, too, but right now it's all thoughts and ideas that I think are worth looking into. The price of equipment needed is something I don't know yet.
I figured it'd be easy to hear from somebody who lives in this climate who knows about varieties that do well, so I'm asking here. I'll be reading around other places also. Thanks for the replies y'all have given, and please carry on.