How to Live A Simple and Fulfilling Life with Nature
Prosperity Homestead is a resource for landowners seeking practical and ecological solutions. This community wants to increase food security, celebrate an outdoor lifestyle, and establish a family homestead worthy of generations.
We take a project-based approach to transform dreams into reality. With a newsletter, podcast, and members-only content, you get a professional-level focus so you get better results. Projects focus on daily living using permaculture ethics, sound ecology, and sustainable living.
Because we are project-oriented, you get the benefit of real-world experience. Plus, access to advice and counsel from other experts. You'll find practical solutions that help you get more from your land.
This resource is NOT about cinematic videos with low content value. We are NOT about what is politically correct. You won't find any greenwashing. Get a common sense approach to land management, homesteading skills, and estate development.
You'll learn how to build community, increase property values, and elevate your family's lifestyle. Each resource here builds on conversations with thinkers about ecology, the environment, and conservation.
Who Is The Permaculture Designer Justin Hitt?
Your host Justin Hitt has more than 20 years of organic gardening experience. More than ten years in permaculture design, ecology, and land management.
He has been writing about environmental concerns, homesteading skills, and the management of land projects since 1996.
You get a holistic approach designed to increase food security, personal safety, and the economic value of your land. All this without harming ecology or increasing the amount of labor required.
In his professional capacity, he delivers risk management and business development solutions. He is a publisher and avid gardener with his homestead in Virginia (USA).
What Does Prosperity Homestead Do for The Community?
By partnering with local organic producers, artisans, and subject matter experts, Prosperity Homestead seeks to document regenerative best practices. (No classes are held in the City of Martinsville.)
Demonstrations include erosion control, rainwater capture, no-till gardening, growing mushrooms, and nursery management. A monthly newsletter shares lessons learned through our podcasts, courses, and publications.
Our mission statement is about the application of environmentally sustainable land management principles. These skills are not always welcome by the city administration and zoning officials. Read about those challenges as well.
The good news is the regional garden, native plant, and naturalist clubs are our greatest allies. Prosperity Homestead works with a network of permaculture consultants, foresters, professional engineers, and naturalists across Virginia and North Carolina.
Projects at Prosperity Homestead consult Virginia Tech, Ohio State University, the University of North Carolina, various agricultural extensions, and natural resources departments. If you have any questions about practical application, join our newsletter or contact us.
Who Specifically Benefits from Prosperity Homestead?
You're right if you own a small farm, homestead, or estate. Discover land management techniques that increase land utilization while sustaining ecology. Clients tend to be affluent homeowners, families, and family farms.
Whether you grow food, raise animals, manage orchards, or provide for your family, you can do it using regenerative methods that improve the environment. Prosperity Homestead is about making it easy to grow quality food for yourself and others.
Discover the practical application of permaculture design, regenerative agriculture, and various ecologically sound land management methods. Follow these insights to transform your small farm or homestead into a sustainable estate. Write with questions anytime.
NOTE: Prosperity Homestead is private property; please gain approval before visiting and understand tours are available by appointment only. Consider us your neighbors. That means don't eat vegetables, pick flowers, or wander around the property without permission.