Monthly Archives: December 2015

Consultation Sale: Limited Spots Available

If you have been considering signing up for a one-on-one consult with me, this is a great time to jump on board!  I have decided to run a promotion for two different consults:  You can sign up for a two hour session and receive a 20% discount, or a 4 hour session to get a 25% discount.

In every consultation I do, it is custom tailored to one person:  you.  The form you fill out for our time together is very strategically thought out so that we can make the most of your time and money so as to focus on what you need assistance with.  Be it infrastructure and production, to marketing and cash flow planning, or anything in between it is all about you, your farm and your specific situation.  A consultation is a great investment into your farming operation that will save you way more money and time than you spend on it.  But don’t just take my word for it, read thru some of the testimonials on my website to see what others are saying.

However, there are only 5 slots for the 4 hour session and 10 slots for the 2 hour session available.  And once they are sold out, they are gone!  There is only one catch, the consult must take place in either January or February of 2016.  You don’t have to use all of the time at once, but simply use it all in the allotted time frame.

If you are ready to sign up, simply fill out the consultation form on my website and I’ll be in touch to get our time together scheduled.

 

Interview With Diego Footer of Permaculture Voices

Recently, I sat down and recorded an hour long interview with Diego Footer of Permaculture Voices.  The conversation was a blast, and we covered everything from how we started farming in 2007 to what our operation looks like today.  We discussed the transitional period while I was working full-time off farm, and dealing with the startup phase of our operation simultaneously.  We also talked about how difficult and stressful that time was, as well as the many blessings that come from this type of lifestyle.

I think that this interview will give anyone who listens to it an excellent view into what farming full time is really like.  If you have ever wondered “how” I got my start, you’ll find this chat with Diego very informative and a bit entertaining.  As a teaser there is also some really exciting news at the end, but you’ll have to listen for yourself to discover what that is!

You can listen to the interview at Permaculture Voices, and be certain to chime in afterwards and let me know your thoughts.