Done-For-You Permaculture Design + 12-month Implementation Plan for your property

Why You Need A "Masterplan" For Your Property 

Permaculture is... overwhelming. To avoid that overwhelm, you really only need two things: (1) a Permaculture Design (essentially: a layout that shows you where each permaculture element should be placed on your property) and (2) an Implementation Plan that tells you exactly what to work on over the next 12 months.

Together those two things form the "masterplan" for "permaculturising" your property.

Our fee for creating this "masterplan" (Design + Implementation Plan) is USD 3,000. You can also purchase each element separately: Design for USD 2,000 and 12-Month Implementation Plan for USD 1,000. 

Key Features of the $3,000 Package

Vision for the Property 

We'll work together to nail down realistic goals for your permaculture property. 

Site Assessment (Done For You)

Next, I do a site assessment to analyse your property's strengths and weaknesses (see an example of how that looks like here).

Permaculture Design (Done For You)

I create a concept plan for you that maps out the ideal "layout" for your property: what permaculture system goes where and why. This ensures that you are putting the 1. right things in the 2. right spot and that those are 3. arranged in a way that considers your specific microlocation.

12-Month Implementation Plan (Done For You)

Exactly what you should work on this year, and the best time of the year to do each project in your climate.


What's Included:

Permaculture Design for Your Property (USD 2,000)

Includes: (a) Vision for the property, (b) Site Assessment, (c) Concept Plan Design.


The most important thing in setting up a permaculture property is to have an initial plan or layout of what you want to do. This is the foundation that ensures that you are putting the 1. right things in the 2. right spot and that those are 3. arranged in a way that considers your specific microlocation.


I can consult on individual issues, such as fencing, details on clustering the plantings, how to manage wind, what to start clearing, water systems… but I would do you a disservice if I only looked at those before looking at the big picture first and ensuring the 1. and 2. and 3.


If I were to work with you more closely on your project and guarantee that you’ll successfully establish a property where you’ll be safe, self-reliant, self-sufficient in resources, and be a regenerative ‘role model’ for the area, we need a strong foundation a.k.a. permaculture design for the property. This doesn’t need to be anything detailed, but it needs to be thought out.


That’s why I suggest we first address that design part of your property, do a site-assessment, create the big-picture plan, and address your design-related questions.


In terms of us working together, I create a concept plan for you (ie: a masterplan that maps out the ideal "layout" for your property: what permaculture system goes where and why), so you don't need to do site assessment, design, and the heavy-lifting of the design thinking yourself.


I will still need your input - your design goals and some site information like mapping what's already on the site and a property walkthrough. I need to understand and visualize your site as best as possible as I work remotely on the design.


Here are the stages of our collaboration on the concept plan:


First, we work together on your design goals and spend time nailing them down.


Next, I do a site assessment (see an example of how that looks like here).


Then, I create the design: a concept plan outlining the mainframe (access, water systems, infrastructure) and the land use areas. Here is an example of that design/concept plan for a suburban property:

12-Month Implementation Plan (USD 1,000)

This will show you exactly what you should work on over the next 12 months.


The idea here is to prevent overwhelm by answering questions like:

  1. where do you start?

  2. which projects should you do this year?

  3. if you run out of time to do all of those projects, which ones should you prioritise?

  4. what's the best time of the year to do each project in your climate?


If you want to see what that 12 month plan looks like, and the analysis we go through to arrive at that plan, watch this video where we walk through the permaculture plan we created for a client's 5-acre retirement property. Discussion of the 12-Month Plan starts around Timestamp 27:38:

Get a permaculture "masterplan" for your property now!

Want to make this the year you stop dreaming the dream, and finally have something materialise from it? This is your chance. 

"Permaculturise" your property

WITHOUT overwhelm