Its time to go pro while doing great work for the planet.           Register for courses and build community solutions.

With the hold on most of our projects and postponement of international travel, we are opening live, online sessions for training. This is an important time to develop our skills hello design solutions so we can be ready when called to help Bring sustainable resilience to our communities. Food production is going to be an important activity for all communities this summer. Also we want to develop our landscapes with good design principles. 

 
 
 
 

Join us on-line or on-site for an intense, life and career changing event. Designs for resilience can be many acres or a homestead food forest.

Each site has its own design solution to deliver the needed food, fibers, medicines, biodiversity, and higher capacity for increased harvest each year. Each site design is site and client specific. The process delivers that!

Register here and then you will be transfered to these course sign in pages at these links.

Create a Course Designer Account here.  Then...
Register on the Course Site here.

 

Step 3: A Comprehensive Homestead Design Process

SouthWoods Homestead Design develops sustainable solutions that support a low impact, low input lifestyle.  A lifestyle that creates natural capital and abundant resources for a stable and resilient future.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The design report accompanies the design with the site assessment, ecological strategy, energy plan, and cycling systems.

 

 


A Homestead Surrounded in Nature's Abundance

 

In a homestead design humans are the stewards, the primary producer/consumer cycling nutrients through the property. Human needs are met while fulfilling the needs of all other life, creating natural capital and wealth for future generations.

The sustainable homestead solutions are as simple as clothes lines or as complex as geo-thermal heating. Solutions start with small livestock or thousand year nut trees. Each system is integrated into the next. Like a forest, self-sustaining, resilient, and abundant.



Prior to any design work we use an extensive site assessment workbook with the land owners to help develop their visions and goals. This is available via the Course Page. 

In the end all our data makes the design viable while our style of design makes it readable and informative.