Over a decade of operating a regenerative farm while paying homage to the natural world through design has resulted in an ever-growing variety of wildlife calling ABC Acres home. Through implementation of Permaculture principles, whether polycultures of mixed annuals and perennials intertwined with pollinator species, companion plantings, multi-structured food forests, rotational grazing techniques, no-till practices, and the lot, ABC Acres has witnessed a building of varying wildlife inhabitants both seasonally and year-round.
Recognizing how special this is, and wanting to ensure it maintains year after year for all to enjoy and experience, we have set forth in setting up ABC acres Permaculture Preserve – a non-profit organization with the singular intent to preserve the landscape to ensure abundance and wellness for farmer, visitor, and wildlife alike.
Next time out, take the time to visit the Preserve. Whether just popping into the shop, walking the miles of pathways, taking in the educational kiosks, engaging with the livestock, or documenting the depth of wildlife, you will be glad you did.
ABC acres Permaculture Preserve; now open for day visitors and overnight stays.
This permaculture farmstead in Western Montana’s Bitterroot Valley offers self-guided tours, weekly social events, farm-fresh goods and two first-class, cabin-style homes available for unique farm stays.